[Pharo-project] Issue 3090: Context not included in ImageSegment when saving morph to file
eliot.miranda at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 22:40:42 EDT 2010
On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 11:27 PM, Adrian Lienhard <adi at netstyle.ch> wrote:
> Ok, this is not related to closures. Polymorph uses blocks, e.g., for the
> addUpAction of a MultistateButtonMorph (in this case the block is created
> in UIThemeWatery>>#createCloseBoxFor:). And blocks are not serializable with
> reference streams. Therefore, you cannot write out a window that has
> buttons. The original buttons in Morphic used action selectors instead of
> blocks. It shouldn't be hard to refactor Polymorph buttons to take the
> receiver, selector, and possible arguments instead of a block but I wonder
> whether its worth the trouble?
But in principle there's no reason why BlockCLosures and their associated
home contexts and methods can't be stored on a DataStream. Is anyone brave
enough to try and eliminate the restriction?
> On Oct 15, 2010, at 02:22 , Sheridan Mahoney wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > The method that generated the error in issue 3090 is below:
> > MethodContext(ContextPart)>>storeDataOn: aDataStream
> > "Contexts are not allowed go to out in DataStreams. They must be
> included inside an ImageSegment."
> > aDataStream insideASegment ifTrue: [^ super storeDataOn:
> > self error: 'This Context was not included in the ImageSegment'.
> > "or perhaps ImageSegments were not used at all"
> > ^ nil
> > I've been trying to make sense of the stack, and it appears that writing
> a morph
> > to a file is hooking an object which cannot be written to a DataStream.
> > Does anyone know whether the proper behavior is to:
> > - have the MethodContext go out without being inside an ImageSegment, or
> > - fix the morph-writing so that it uses ImageSegments??? Mariano would
> > this, right? :)
> > Or perhaps there's a better way to understand the stack.
> > Many thanks,
> > and Cheers,
> > Sheri/dan
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> > On Oct 11, 2010, at 7:16 AM, Sheridan Mahoney wrote:
> >> I've just re-entered the Pharo world after a long(ish) absence, and
> wanted to report a
> >> new bug submission; here's the breakdown:
> >> Pharo image: dev
> >> Pharo core version: Pharo-1.1.1-- Latest update: #11414
> >> Virtual machine used: 184.108.40.2062 Unix VM
> >> OS: Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04
> >> Class browser used if applicable: SystemBrowser default
> >> Steps to reproduce:
> >> 1. start pharo
> >> 2. open a Shout workspace
> >> 3. select the just-opened workspace
> >> 4. Ctrl-right button to get the meta-click window
> >> 5. select 'save morph in file'
> >> 6. hit 'ok' to proffered name for file
> >> 7. a message box comes up that reads 'please wait while objects are
> >> counted'.
> >> 8. shortly after that an error is generated:
> >> 'Error: this context was not included in the ImageSegment'
> >> I'm planning on doing more research, but wanted to get the issue
> >> Cheers,
> >> Sheridan
> >> PS - so far I really like 1.1.1 !!! Good work, gang!
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