[Laszlo-dev] For Review: Change 20080403-bargull-0 Summary: change LzDataset default-name to new regime
P T Withington
ptw at pobox.com
Thu Apr 3 11:49:41 PDT 2008
Yeah, probably just not (yet) supported in AS3. But do you really
want a nullable number? Is there not a better default, like maybe 0?
On 2008-04-03, at 14:29 EDT, André Bargull wrote:
> I thought you could have nullable Numbers if you prepend '?' to the
> type, at least I found that somewhere in the ES4 papers. And our
> compiler does accept that syntax.
> So, it's just not allowed in AS3?
> - André
> On 4/3/2008 8:12 PM, Philip Romanik wrote:
>> Hi André,
>> Approved, but you need to make one change in LzParsedPath:
>> var operatorArgs:Number? = null;
>> This should be:
>> var operatorArgs = null;
>> A number can't be null, and operatorArgs can be null.
>> Also, there is no Jira bug for this changeset. There must be a Jira
>> bug to file against.
>>> Change 20080403-bargull-0 by bargull at dell--p4--2-53 on 2008-04-03
>>> 17:49:17 in /home/Admin/src/svn/openlaszlo/trunk
>>> for http://svn.openlaszlo.org/openlaszlo/trunk
>>> Summary: change LzDataset default-name to new regime
>>> New Features:
>>> Bugs Fixed:
>>> Technical Reviewer: promanik
>>> QA Reviewer: ptw
>>> Doc Reviewer: (pending)
>>> Release Notes:
>>> - change default-name for LzDataset to new regime
>>> - update AnonDatasetGenerator to use new regime
>>> - add more type-information to LzParsedPath
>>> alldata.lzx still works
>>> M WEB-INF/lps/lfc/data/LzParsedPath.lzs
>>> M WEB-INF/lps/lfc/data/LzDataset.lzs
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