void load Array arguments;
Initialize the static control variables (only check_block_selectors up to now).
Pointer to the actual code (a C function).
The selector of the eval method of this block, which includes the formal argument and return types.
If this block employs block variables, the variables points to a struct holding those variables.
Pointer to the local variables of the enclosing method that are referenced from this block. This is not set when the block does not reference its environment; it is cleared when the environment is exited. A block that uses its environment checks upon entry to its eval method that the environment is still available.
A description of the variables in variables.
id (self) initWithCode pointer block_c_function trigger selector full_arguments context pointer context variables (pointer, pointer) (vars, desc);
protected boolean (mismatch) arguments_fail (selector, selector) (formal, actual) pre formal != actual;
Return FALSE if the arguments in the formal and actual selectors match, or match enough. Raise a program-condition for a mismatch (and return TRUE). The precondition dictates that the fast check should be done autonomously.
dynamic eval dynamic arguments;
Generic eval method. Faster versions, which are specialized on their arguments, are below.
The first of many (similar) type-specific eval methods.
int (result) eval int a1;
void eval int a1;
Any (result) eval;
(boolean, Any) (remaining, value) next;
Release the memory used by this block.
Mark the block variables if needed.
Be informed that the block is going out of scope, invalidating the environment.