[Pharo-project] Scamper revival
bschwab at anest.ufl.edu
Sat Feb 27 08:57:21 EST 2010
Just checking :)
In that case however, I would like to see a nice(r) way to construct Polymorph interfaces. Dolphin's MVP framework is very powerful. One thing that it does not seem to do well is allow domain objects to insert themselves into a GUI; Seaside and Magritte have an advantage there. I find Magritte a little too helpful, and #description *much* too helpful, meaning that it does so much for me that I forget how things work.
There is probably nothing to stop us from taking a little more control over Magritte descriptions and containers, and IIRC, there is a Polymorph version of Magritte (or is that just wishful thinking??). Rather than write HTML to feed into what we all agree is a sub-optimal browser, I suggest putting the energy into refining Smalltalk idioms to turn data into a GUI using Polymorph. The end result should be better user interfaces all around.
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The goal is to use it for the new HelpSystem, to display images, layout easily, some colors.
For browsing the web it's crap.
2010/2/27 Schwab,Wilhelm K <bschwab at anest.ufl.edu<mailto:bschwab at anest.ufl.edu>>
I would much rather see a robust interface to an external browser, for two reasons: (1) scamper was never terribly impressive; (2) Seaside testing.
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Subject: [Pharo-project] Scamper revival
It's not stable, but it loads google :)
Scamper openOnUrl: 'http://www.google.com'.
I suppose there's a technique to replace all _ by :=
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