Do Transitions really need to be final?
neugens.limasoftware at gmail.com
Sat Dec 17 02:16:24 PST 2011
Sure, but it was part of the problem, since things were left public,
subclassed, extended, and then everything became public and part of the api
at some point.
I also think I would never want to rely on a feature of one specific IDE to
know what to do in respect of subclassing, I'm personally more in favor if
assembling rather than extending.
But of course this is just my personal view.
Il giorno 17-dic-2011 10.43, "Tom Eugelink" <tbee at tbee.org> ha scritto:
>> Well, Swing became such a mess a some point because you could use all
>> sort of internal and semi internal APIs, and having the API not final is
>> part of the game.
> There is a big difference between using internal and semi API's and making
> a formal API final.
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