I’ve yet to try anything significant with Moose, either this new version or the prior. Though I did run some C through Verveine C/C++ over a year ago, I don’t remember doing anything with Moose itself.
Does Moose 8.0 change the way that you use it for programs in C (and other languages that needed something that the earlier Moose didn’t do by itself)?
Interesting. Is this added on the instance side or MooseModel?
> On Aug 5, 2019, at 11:00 AM, Benoît Verhaeghe <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> We have added the method "allUsing:".
> It takes a Trait as a parameter and will return all the entities in your model that use the trait.
> mooseModel allUsing: FamixTClass
> will return all the FamixJavaClass and FamixJavaInnerClass (if FamixJavaInnerClass --|> FamixJavaClass)
> It will be the main method if you want to query your model with abstract entities.
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