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Re: context.hh and

From: Neil Puttock
Subject: Re: context.hh and
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 18:04:59 +0100

2009/9/27 Ian Hulin <address@hidden>:

> Declared in both are:
> apply_property_operations
> execute_revert_property
> execute_pushpop_property
> sloppy_general_pushpop_property
> updated_grob_properties

AFAICT, these aren't members of the Context class; they're just
functions whose prototypes are in the same file scope.  If they were
class members, they'd be declared inside the class definition.

> Declared in only are:
> general_pushpop_property (which calls sloppy_general_pushpop_property)
> execute_override_property

This looks like an oversight, since they should also be prototyped (of
course g++ doesn't complain here, but according to my C++ reference,
function prototypes are compulsory).


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