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Re: OpenCV [message #32734 is a reply to message #32733] Sun, 05 June 2011 02:26 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
GaroRobe is currently offline  GaroRobe
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Registered: May 2011
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I'll look into ways to import/export later, for now I compile mainly in win32 with msvc10 - it's the main target platform FOR NOW anyway. But lacking assist is really annoying.

Well what do we have:
1. Assist++ works good dynamically in most cases.
2. Assist++ fails in some obscure cases which are much-much-more less frequent, but sometimes annoying as hell.

My point is...:
3. Why not have an additional functionality for packages in form of Assist++ hinting dictionaries?
Make it so that package maintainers might make such dictionaries (say, "func prototype"/"header"[-"string#"][/"src"[-"string#"]][/ "descr"]) and assist would attach 'em to its list once when package is attached and the rest of A++ would work dynamically like it does now.

I really don't know A++ internals and don't really understand all the problems following names parsing, but such function would be, to my mind, a decent tradeoff.
 
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