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atai
#1 Posted : Monday, July 10, 2006 11:39:41 AM(UTC)
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Hi, just curious if it is possible to add "public", "protected" and "private" members to Squirrel classes as common in other C++-style languages.  Will this impact performance visibly?
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, July 11, 2006 3:31:11 AM(UTC)
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Well, depends. Would be a couple of 'if' for each 'fetch' against classes for enforcing private and public. For protected, would mean recursively traverse the inheritance tree that is quite heavy.


Personally I'm not a big supporter of incapsulation using private etc... you can see it from Squirrel's VM code. So I wouldn't bother. In my project that has a quite big code base written in squirrel, we simply prefix private methods and fields with _ . So far nobody has accidentally called a private method :) .


I'll give it some thought.


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#3 Posted : Wednesday, November 19, 2014 2:13:07 PM(UTC)
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Hi there,

Is there an update on this? I personally would be very happy if we could somehow enforce certain methods (and variables) to be NOT publicly exposed. Obviously without affecting the performance too much (could it be done at compile time?).

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