[Pharo-dev] NewExternalWebBrowser in Pharo 5

Sven Van Caekenberghe sven at stfx.eu
Wed Apr 13 08:44:27 EDT 2016


> On 13 Apr 2016, at 14:33, Torsten Bergmann <astares at gmx.de> wrote:
> 
> Hi Esteban,
> 
> expected you to be in holiday ;)
> 
>> Torsten, you rule! :)
> 
> Thanks - but such things are easy to provide now. It would not be possible without NativeBoost from Igor 
> or all your work in providing the UFFI. But also QualityAssistent, STHub, Catalog, Versionner, ... 
> helped me to quickly provide that.  
> 
> So Pharo is a community effort - each small step counts and makes us all faster and better for the next. 
> So we all rule - and especially Pharo rules!
> 
>> ps: is this on catalog?
> 
> Yes - the docu mentions that already - it will soon appear in catalog. The config is prepared and available in the MetaRepo.
> 
> As you know the catalog grabber only runs each 24hours - so we have to wait until tomorrow before it is visible. So stay 
> patient or trigger the grabber manually. I do not have access to it. :(
> 
> When I implemented config browser back in Pharo 2.0 I directly grabbed the configs from the MetaRepo. So this worked lively
> and one can see directly the changes. So in Pharo 4 this new project is already visible in Configuration Browser. 
> 
> In Pharo 5 with Catalog now one always has to wait one day before the effect is visible on http://catalog.pharo.org
> 
> So I would say that we need something more lively for the speed at which Pharo progresses also for 
> Catalog again.

BTW, CatalogProvider now caches image side too, for 24 hours. You can do

  CatalogProvider default reset

to force a reload, but that won't make the generation of new catalogs faster.

>> pps: we need to enhance the catalog to provide more and better information to users about packages available...
> 
> Yes - I would like to see something similar to "Ubuntu Software center" in the future. With a picture, styled
> description, ...
> 
> But one step after the other. Step by step it goes.
> 
> Bye
> T.
> 




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