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    • Type: Wish Wish
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 2.x
    • Component/s: Documentation, Engine
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      Description

      It would be very useful to be able to overload macro definitions with different number of/types of parameters.
      Many, many times there is aneed to slightly tweak an existing macro to give it new capabilities. Rather than create a new one with a different name, it would make it much neater if you could create a new one with the same name.

      Another way to achieve similar results would be to allow a variable number of parameters. Although not quite as formal, this would provide a reasonable alternative.

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        Nathan Bubna added a comment -

        There's no way we would ever have overloading by type, as VTL is nearly typeless.

        Overloading by number of arguments may take some pretty drastic changes. I don't see this happening in a 1.x timeline.

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        Nathan Bubna added a comment - There's no way we would ever have overloading by type, as VTL is nearly typeless. Overloading by number of arguments may take some pretty drastic changes. I don't see this happening in a 1.x timeline.
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        Claude Brisson added a comment -

        closing an old 2007 still open bug

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        Claude Brisson added a comment - closing an old 2007 still open bug
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        Steve O'Hara added a comment -

        This functionality is now covered by VELOCITY-697

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        Steve O'Hara added a comment - This functionality is now covered by VELOCITY-697

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            Reporter:
            Steve O'Hara
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