[Pharo-project] FileSystem. Possible FSReference rename
Sean P. DeNigris
sean at clipperadams.com
Thu Jul 12 08:10:06 EDT 2012
Denis Kudriashov wrote
> I think FSLocator and FSReference are same objects:
> FSReference = fileSystem + path
> FSLocator = "some origin object" + path.
> I think "some origin object" can be implemented as special
> FSRelativeFileSystem. And fileLocator became fileReference.
> Now in "FSLocator vmDirectory" "some origin object" is symbol. And
> FileLocator>>resolve method perform some complex stuff through FSResolver
> hierarchy logic.
> What is purpose of FSResolver hierarchy?
> What is purpose of #resolve: and #resolve methods? Why so many classes (in
> FileSystem) implement it: FSLocator, FSReferece, FSPath, FSFileSystem,
>From Issue 6333: FileSystem refactoring
"- cleaned up FileLocator / FileReference hierarchy
- use FileLocators wherever possible"
Cami, what do you think about Denis's point?
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