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Author memeplex
Recipients Hari.Krishna.Dara, amaury.forgeotdarc, aventurella, benjamin.peterson, borisompol, farcat, flox, glchapman, krzysiekj, kynan, lorph, lukasz.langa, memeplex, mwh
Date 2016-07-12.01:59:33
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I understand Michael's comment but I'm failing to see how it's directly related to this issue: as Michael himself said it's even relevant for the object-subclass-object hack or for any hierarchy whatsoever. Is the comment warning about the entire writable-bases idea? It feels to me like the behavior should be consistently extended or consistently banned, but currently some cases work, another cases don't, and there seems to be no clear rationale supporting this state of affairs. Am I wrong?
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2016-07-12 01:59:34memeplexsetrecipients: + memeplex, mwh, glchapman, amaury.forgeotdarc, lorph, benjamin.peterson, farcat, flox, Hari.Krishna.Dara, lukasz.langa, kynan, aventurella, krzysiekj, borisompol
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