[Pharo-dev] [Pharo Trick: #0004] - Run code using a key command to speedup development

Max Leske maxleske at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 03:42:10 EST 2013


Nice! Didn’t know about that one.


On 12.12.2013, at 09:35, Torsten Bergmann <astares at gmx.de> wrote:

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> [Pharo Trick: #0004] - Run code using a key command to speedup development
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> Works in: Pharo3.0 Latest update: #30637 but should work in other 2.0/3.0 versions  
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> 
> If you have to run some code very often you typically have to evaluate it 
> from a workspace over and over again. 
> But to speed up you can assign a global keymapping which allows to run it with
> a simple keyboard shortcut:
> 
>   World 
>      on: $a shift command 
>      do: [ Object browse ].
> 
> Evaluate this once in a workspace. After that anytime you press SHIFT, the 
> command button (on Windows this is ALT) and A together the block gets evaluated 
> and your code runs easily.
> 
> Background:
> ===========
> In Pharo there is a global morph called "World" representing the desktop.
> One can assign a key combination to any morph including this world.
> If you are interested on the Keymappings then read http://playingwithobjects.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/keymappings-101-for-pharo-2-0/
> for more
> 





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