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[REBOL] Re: REBOL : Pure OOP project ?

From: chrismorency:videotron:ca at: 8-Apr-2002 18:44

Hi Tim,
> I'm designing a DB-based system to service a number of clients, > each with a variety of needs. My hope is to service all of them > with the same application, in which most of the custom code is > re-evaluated global data, rather than "code". > It's been a bit of a headache to keep the "side effects" down. > It seems that every time I make a change, I introduce an error. > More of an OOP approach would make maintenance easier, I'm sure.
I gather that your functions must do a lot of code ? OOP/Methods, when clearly designed, limits development by favoring reuse. This is one of the thing I need for my project.
> My experience with Ansi C (large projects) has taught me that you > can do OOP with > any language, but it takes some thought and design. My experience > with C++ (large projects) has taught me that poorly managed or designed > OOP can be a major headache and cause overly-frequent recompiles. > In a word, I'd like to keep a thread on OOP going.
Me too ;)
> How can I contribute?
Any ideas on how OOP could work in Rebol is welcomed...