redefining a prototype derived from Association

Brian Rice water at
Tue Mar 15 13:41:05 PST 2005

That's interesting. Basically addPrototype:derived: trying to call = 
between the two traitsWindows (one, of the foo, two of the potentially 
new foo). It shouldn't come up with the Association comparison method 
(which starts by looking for a key to compare with), but I'll keep 
digging further.

It shouldn't matter which build you're using, as this code hasn't 
changed much recently. Thanks for reporting this and I'll get back when 
I have it figured out or fixed.

On Mar 15, 2005, at 1:28 PM, Daniel John Crowe wrote:

> Hi,
> When I do the following:
> addPrototype: #foo derivedFrom: { Association }.
> addPrototype: #foo derivedFrom: { Association }.
> I get an MNF on the second line for a missing selector #key, on a 
> Cloneable object.  (Sorry I can't get a paste of this for you)
> However, the code works ok for:
> addPrototype: #foo.
> addPrototype: #foo.
> I'm not sure which build I'm using, I think it is post 0.3.2.
> Thanks,
>   Daniel Crowe

Brian T. Rice
LOGOS Research and Development

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