I truly apologize if I waste precious time of people. I thought it was a community forum and asking questions wouldn’t create a space-time crack like that
There was a time in the past, (2007, I think you didn’t know Haxe exists, but maybe I’m wrong, I don’t remember, it’s possible because I’m obviously quite often wrong…) when Haxe was born and focused a lot on the Flash target, I was quite “good” targeting Flash, I had time to explore and dig in Haxe deeply to understand things and I also used to answer people when they asked questions, sometimes quite stupid questions, like mine can be sometimes too…
But you know you’re not forced to answer me, not even read me. And at the end, community can also banish me (like I’ve already been banished from discord in the past by some weak people…) even if I think I’m always really polite in my posts and comments and always very thanksful for the attention people give for reading and answering me, so you can just “bypass Michal’s questions on reading-time”
That’s said, I admit my bad english doesn’t help and maybe sometimes I don’t compose my questions as it should be.
For example, in this thread, I should maybe ask my question this way :
- I want to build a helper function that I know it takes a class as argument.
- In this helper function, how can I call a static function that I’m sure is in these classes without using Reflection
- In fact, I’m looking for a way to bypass punctually Haxe type checking system on compile-time that would let me do unsafe things, is there a way for that please ?
My “atomic” question here is “Is there a way to bypass Haxe compiler type checking system on compile-time ?” Maybe something linked to these options “untyped, unsafe and safe cating, type checking” ?
Yes, I think I should improve my english, so once again I apologize for the pain this thread gives.
And at the end, you must know you are for me one of the best Haxe coders, from who I’ve learned a lot and once again I thank you for all the knowledge you gave me.
NB : In your sample, you extends B from A, but statics doesn’t inherite if I remember well ?
Thanks all for reading me, I hope you won’t take my comment badly, I wish you a nice day !