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Re: [RFA] Have block_innermost_frame start from selected frame
> From: Paul Hilfinger <Hilfinger@adacore.com>
> CC: email@example.com
> Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2011 15:11:11 -0500 (EST)
> However, if you don't like "qualifying", I am happy to remove both changes.
I have nothing against "qualified", I just thought using "scope"
would be easier on the reader. But if "scope" is not the right term
here, so be it.
> > I'm not sure "enclosing frame" is clear enough. I think we tend to
> > use "outer frame" elsewhere in the manual. Alternatively, you could
> > use "enclosing scope".
> Yeah, but I really need to say something like "frames that are at or outside
> the selected frame". Would that be understandable terminology, do you think?
We use "outer frames" elsewhere in the manual. You can look there for
ways to express this.
> I don't like "enclosing scope". We are dealing with statically scoped
> languages, where "enclosing scope" usually means "lexically enclosing
> scope", and that is not what we are talking about here.
Is C++ different? We do use "scope" there, just below the part you