|| at Apr 21, 2016 at 2:34 pm
Well, removal of the . imports was already done after yesterday's initial
push, that is a sane suggestion.
The other packages represent discrete units, especially the block concept,
and requires putting things into smaller buckets to prevent "import cycle
not allowed" horrors. Composability requires some forethought, and having
been through it before it gets easier to plan ahead rather than sift
through my own spaghetti later. Everything can be streamlined and improved
though feel free to send pull requests with how you'd like to see it
On Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 8:30:05 AM UTC-4, Egon wrote:
Also, don't use block imports. Merge b, f, m, l, x packages into a single
package "marid", it's clearer that way.
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