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|0006623||[Squeak] Kernel||major||N/A||08-13-07 06:24||08-13-07 06:24|
|Summary||0006623: Is there any reason why Object.>>printOn: does not include the object hash.|
When exploring an object it is extremely useful to know Right Away if objects it contain are the same or different.
Morphs add the object hash as an annotation to their print out.
But some of the object they contain are indistinguishable.
E.G I had a problem where I needed to distinguish between two Gradient fills but the printout were the same.
Rather than patch the problem piecemeal, it would be nice to use the inheritance of object to solve this once and for all. (mostly anyway ).
|Additional Information||So is there any reason why hash annotation should not be default on printout?|
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