[Glass] Very strange error - one method can not be found ...

James Foster via Glass glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Wed Oct 15 07:02:27 PDT 2014

My suspicion is that the compiled method referred to a class A that did not have method #’x:’. How could that happen? If you had a class A but removed it and created a new A, then the compiled method would still refer to the removed class. Recompiling the method did the lookup over again and found the new A.


On Oct 15, 2014, at 4:15 AM, itlists at schrievkrom.de via Glass <glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com> wrote:

> Today I had a very strange error in one of our development platforms:
> Assume a class named "A" containing an instance method: "x:".
> In lots of methods I create instances of class "A" and set the attribute
> values via "x:" like:
>  ^A new initialize
>    ... ;
>    x: aValue ;
>    ...;
>    yourself
> And ALL methods calling "x:" are now not working any more. Gemstone
> tells me, that x: can not be found. Executing the code in a workspace
> works without problems.
> To get rid of this error I enter the source code, add a space, recompile
> the method and now "x:" can be called without problems.
> Marten
> -- 
> Marten Feldtmann
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