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  • If one were not going to call it SharedObject or SharedElement, what would one call it?  Public seems to have connotations in the other direction.

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  • PUBLIC and PROTECTED should go somewhere else and be differentiated
    from old SHARED variables.

    On Mon, Jul 6, 2015 at 11:14 AM, Thomas Mercer-Hursh
    wrote:
    > RE: Collective Noun
    > Reply by Thomas Mercer-Hursh
    >
    > Structs are something I wish we had.
    >
    > All the variants of shared are clearly distinguished and I see little
    > potential for confusion since, remember that these are all relevant to the
    > compile unit, so one starts off knowing whether it is a class or not.
    >
    > Stop receiving emails on this subject.
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  • Why?  What properties do they have that would require a separate table, non-overlapping with shared?

    FWIW, Proparse thinks in terms of imported and exported.   Shared is imported; new shared is exported.

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  • SharedDeclaration?

  • Declaration is interesting .... fwiw, one of the "discoveries" in the process of working on this is that not everything comes into existence through a DEFINE.   Parameters are an example of an implied definition.

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