[Pharo-project] Is athens configuration loading?
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Thu Mar 1 04:11:01 EST 2012
On 1 March 2012 08:42, Tudor Girba <tudor at tudorgirba.com> wrote:
> Great news. Just a couple of questions:
> - Where is the configuration?
> - What else do I need to install on Mac or on Windows?
A config residing in same place as rest of it: SqS/Athens.
There are two different backends now:
to use balloon surfaces (see subclasses of AthensSurface)
you can use any VM, because implementation is based on what is available from VM
to use cairo surfaces, which using cairo library, first you need VM
with NativeBoost (go to jenkins and dl VM from there),
and second you need the library itself, which on macs should be built
port install cairo +universal
(it is important to use +universal, since VM is 32bit, and if you omit
this option, by default it will build everything with 64bits only).
I had no time to check how to get cairo library on other platforms,
but AFAIK, it should be much simpler to macs, since
you can just download binaries from the project site.
Then the only thing you need to change is to modify
#nbLibraryNameOrHandle method in TCairoLibrary to point to right
location of the library.
But i didn't tried to use it on something else than macs,(that's why
version number is 0.1 ;)
so you might try, but there's no guarantees that it will work.
I would like to describe athens in more detail, like what is working,
and what to expect,
and what is general design behind it, but i will do it separately and
most probably put it as a post on my blog (yeah, i have one, which i
haven't used for 2 years i think ;).
> On 29 Feb 2012, at 23:34, Igor Stasenko wrote:
>> On 1 March 2012 00:25, Stéphane Ducasse <stephane.ducasse at inria.fr> wrote:
>>>>> Make our eyes blinking of pleasure :)
>>>> okay, i added version 0.1.1
>>> call it 0.2 :)
>> i reserve that number for more dramatic changes :)
>>>> with cleaned examples.
>>>> So, you can use
>>>> AthensBalloonSurfaceExamples example...
>>>> to check.
>>>> I will iterate over AthensCairoSurfaceExamples
>>>> tomorrow, since i under windoze now, and cairo is not yet there :)
>>> OK :)
>>> But let us kick this out of the door
>>> We can sit and you show me what we should rewrite and we do it and DONE!
>> Currently, we're only sratching the surface.
>> But you're right with 'release soon, release often'
>> Best regards,
>> Igor Stasenko.
> "Problem solving efficiency grows with the abstractness level of problem understanding."
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