[e-lang] Causeway JSON format doc? (attn Tyler Close and Terry Stanley)
tyler.close at gmail.com
Fri Aug 1 18:46:03 CDT 2008
On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 4:17 PM, Kevin Reid <kpreid at mac.com> wrote:
> On Aug 1, 2008, at 18:17, Tyler Close wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 9:11 AM, Kevin Reid <kpreid at mac.com> wrote:
>>> So Causeway now labels events in its tree by the first entry in their
>> I think the last version I used did so.
> I'm not sure this is a good idea.
> It seems to me that, unless I explicitly twiddle the trace to support
> this usage, the top-of-stack on a Send is going to be message-queuing
> internals, and the top-of-stack on a Got is going to be generic
> message handling code (since the target hasn't been invoked yet),
> neither of which is going to be especially informative in an event list.
In the Waterken Server implementation, I twiddle the trace to remove
all the infrastructure code, leaving only the application code. I
think this makes the trace much more usable for application
developers. For example, see the sample traces at:
You'll notice there's no extra cruft in there beyond the application code.
>> Could you be more specific about how the documentation should be
> "This kind of event is produced for a when block. The Sent.message
> identifies the when block itself, and the condition identifies the
> promise the when block is queued on."
> "This kind of event is produced for a send to a promise. The
> Sent.message identifies the queued message, and the condition
> identifies the promise the when block is queued on."
Thanks, I've committed these changes to the repository.
>> The only goal here is to be able to tell an IDE what part of the code
>> to highlight when an event is selected. Are there any dominant
>> assumptions among IDEs for how a code span is defined?
> I don't know. I would *expect* to find that, if they support Unicode
> enough that this distinction exists, they would count columns in terms
> of grapheme clusters, since that's what the cursor will move over and,
> insofar as monospace is possible, what fits in one monospaced column.
So, the dominant IDEs are: Visual Studio, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA and
NetBeans. I think the last three, being implemented in Java, probably
use the Java char definition of a column. I'd expect Visual Studio to
use the definition of wchar_t, which is also a 16 bit unit that I
think is the same as a Java char. Barring new information, I think we
should decree that a column is a UTF-16 code unit.
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