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New Features of Eli Version 4.4

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Scope Properties without Ordering Restrictions

The name analysis modules which support scopes being properties of program entities have been reconsidered. (They are used for example to bind identifier occurrences in qualified names.) A new module ScopeProp has been added to the three existing ones (AlgScopeProp, CScopeProp, BuScopeProp). ScopeProp fits to any of the basic scope rule modules, Alg-like, C-like, or bottom-up. It does not impose any ordering restriction that would require the definition of a member to occur before its qualified use. It is recommended to use this module instead of any of the other three. Even in case that such a restriction is intended, one can use this module and enforce that restriction by a check of the related positions. The three specific modules are kept in order not to invalidate existing specifications.


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