mail at milianw.de
Sat Aug 27 00:17:23 UTC 2011
On Thursday 25 August 2011 16:00:50 Sven Brauch wrote:
> I got a problem with contexts being cleaned when recompiling. The
> exact situation is this: Assume a function declaration with an
> aguments context. If I insert a line before the function declaration,
> everything is fine; however, when I remove that line again, the
> arguments context is deleted, apparently because it can't be found at
> the position where it is expected (for what I understood, the search
> starts beginning from the old starting point). This causes problems,
> because all the declarations in the context are being re-created then,
> and I'd need them to be persistent.
> It is bugging me how this is supposed to work. I assumed that magic
> RangeInRevision stuff would transform the old context range to the new
> one, so it can again be found at the same place. However, the new
> modification revision for the context is set after the duchain
> analysis is already done, so I don't see how that could work...
> The comments for openContext also say something about contexts being
> found by their scopeIdentifier, however if I set one for the arguments
> context that doesn't solve the problem. I also would not know what
> identifier to use for that context (I tried <function name> +
> __arguments for testing this, but that's not really an acceptable
> I'm just getting quite confused about this and it would be cool if
> someone could tell me how it's supposed to work. Maybe I'm also using
> the RangeInRevision "API" in a wrong way?
Interesting. I have no idea on how it should work but please remind me again
these days and I'll try to see how it is done in PHP. I doubt I ever did
something special in that regard.
mail at milianw.de
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