completion() alone in [completion] => in [core] ?

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Samuel GOUGEON Samuel GOUGEON
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completion() alone in [completion] => in [core] ?

Hello Scilab devs,

I am wondering why completion() is alone in its module, instead of being part of [core]?

Is there any technical reason?

Regards
Samuel


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Antoine ELIAS-2 Antoine ELIAS-2
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Re: completion() alone in [completion] => in [core] ?

Completion is the only gateway but there is a lot of code around it and some java files and java/c wrapper.
I think it was to avoid dependency between core and JVM for "no java" mode.
Historically, core was the main module of Scilab ( before 6 ) and we avoided to make link from core to others modules.
We do the same thing in 6 with ast module.

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Antoine
Le 01/03/2019 à 21:27, Samuel Gougeon a écrit :
Hello Scilab devs,

I am wondering why completion() is alone in its module, instead of being part of [core]?

Is there any technical reason?

Regards
Samuel


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