kent.hansen at nokia.com
Wed Sep 2 02:47:45 PDT 2009
ext Oliver Hunt wrote:
> On Sep 1, 2009, at 10:30 AM, Kent Hansen wrote:
>> The debugger is not API, and should not be depended upon. If you are
>>> interacting with the debugger you are not using the JSC API, and so
>>> you will not be able to rely on JSC not changing and breaking your API.
>> That's perfectly understandable, and it's something we (as in "not you")
>> have to live with for the time being.
> And when you want to continue to support your API in future and we rip
> out the current model entirely? then what? JSC does not have an API
> to allow debugging, you should just live with this for the time being
> rather than trying to expose a fairly broken model using non-API
Well, we would either 1) maintain our own fork; or 2) say that the
debugging API is not supported when JSC is used as the QtScript
back-end, and we still ship with our old back-end. Then we wait for Qt
to bump its major version so we can get rid of the API.
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