Magritte 2 - Modelisation limits ?
cbeler at enit.fr
Wed Sep 13 11:22:10 MEST 2006
> No this has nothing to do with the memento. The memento is a snapshot
> of a described state. It has more to do with Magritte itself, it is
> not aware of possible recursions, something that I also want to
> enhance in the next version.
>> I think a genealogy tree would be a good example to work on and
>> (could be fun too :) ). But I think we really miss a kind of
>> of existing objects. Do you think it's important for the next
>> version of
>> Magritte ?
> You mean a repository of descriptions?
no I meant instances of a class that is described. Like for the example
of a person, what would be a good generic way to acces instances of
person that exist. This way, when adding a spouse for instance, we can
choose among the (eligible) instances or create a new one. We can make
the repository by ourselves I guess but I think that would be good to
have a kind of accessor strategy for it (saved in the image, in an oodb
Does it make sense ?
> It is a good use case for future versions of Magritte ;-)
I think so too ;)
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