Whenever I see the words "this would _make_ people"...
alarm bells start ringing for me.
Yes, the proposed behaviour is perfectly correct, logical,
and consistent. And utterly the wrong thing to do IMHO.
It would frighten off newcomers and disorientate students.
It's why we create the cushion of fairy stories
for kids, to soften the harsh realities of the
_actual_ world. Later on you learn that there isn't
a magic library fairy that loads everything, but it
helps you cope with the first steps.
If anybody made PD that broken out of the box it
would require lots of work to fix in order to make
it fit to teach with again.
On 2011-09-19 19:32, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
I actually think this would make switching between vanilla and extended
easier because it would make people use [import] or [declare] to load
libs, then when using vanilla, you'll know which libraries the patch
needs. Can you think of examples where it would make things more