"helpers" is not an accurate name for the items that describe the environment

Bug #377437 reported by Gustavo Narea on 2009-05-16
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Gustavo Narea

Bug Description

At present, variables and functions rely on so-called "helpers" (a sort of arguments) to understand the current environment and thus do what they have to do in the various environments/situations.

However, "helpers" is not very accurate. A better name would be "context" or "context items".

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Gustavo Narea (gnarea) on 2009-05-16
description: updated
Gustavo Narea (gnarea) wrote :

I've changed my mind, so I'll keep "helpers". The main reason is that this may not only be used to help the operands understand the context, but it may also be used by the variables and/or functions to pass some values around.

Changed in booleano:
importance: High → Undecided
status: Confirmed → Invalid
Gustavo Narea (gnarea) wrote :

Well, I changed my mind once again and I'm reopening this to work on it as I explained initially, renaming "helpers" to "context".

Changed in booleano:
importance: Undecided → Critical
status: Invalid → In Progress
Gustavo Narea (gnarea) wrote :

Fixed in r146.

Changed in booleano:
status: In Progress → Fix Committed
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