Changes in 2.19

Maxwell Kanat-Alexander mkanat at
Mon Aug 2 22:04:34 UTC 2004

On Mon, 2004-08-02 at 14:49, David Miller wrote:
> These both sound like good ideas to me.

	Yeah. For reference, I've done a system like this before (with user
objects) and I ended up going with a subclass structure where there was
a certain *class* of user called a "NobodyUser" -- it makes things
pretty easy, since all you have to do for "Nobody" is instantiate the
NobodyUser (who is a singleton, so it doesn't take any resources or much
time to instantiate it).

	So, that's just a thought, for the future. :-)


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