#1219 Make IDEs no-package aware in class template processing

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Originally at 2016-02-29T14:37:46Z by Tim Mackinnon

If you leave out the package name when creating a class (as in, use an empty string), I get an error: nil does not understand #beDirty

I was hoping that doing this, would assign the class to the current default package (but there is not concept of a default package in Amber at the moment).

This is a minor thing, but it could handle the error slightly better.

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Originally at 2016-02-29T14:37:46Z by Tim Mackinnon If you leave out the package name when creating a class (as in, use an empty string), I get an error: nil does not understand #beDirty I was hoping that doing this, would assign the class to the current default package (but there is not concept of a default package in Amber at the moment). This is a minor thing, but it could handle the error slightly better. <bountysource-plugin> --- Want to back this issue? **[Post a bounty on it!](https://www.bountysource.com/issues/31443041-make-ides-no-package-aware-in-class-template-processing?utm_campaign=plugin&utm_content=tracker%2F79201&utm_medium=issues&utm_source=github)** We accept bounties via [Bountysource](https://www.bountysource.com/?utm_campaign=plugin&utm_content=tracker%2F79201&utm_medium=issues&utm_source=github). </bountysource-plugin>
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