[Pharo-users] Tonel Fileout
btc at openinworld.com
Sat Jun 16 10:38:42 EDT 2018
Le 16/06/2018 à 10:43, Ben Coman a écrit :
> How can a fileout/filein be done using Tonel format?
> In the first case as a script?
> and secondly as a possible menu option for Pharo?
> This is to facilitate transfer of student coding exercises for Exercism.
> Could Tonel handle a full package export in one file?
On 16 June 2018 at 17:13, Hilaire <hilaire at drgeo.eu> wrote:
> Hi Ben,
> I am not sure, but the purpose of Tonel is to propose a file
> representation of "one class=one file".
Sure thats how Tonel came about, and its how we mostly use it, but is this
an inherent limitation?
Each method is prefixed with its class, so from my 100ft viewpoint it seems
feasible to transport a whole package in one Tonel file.
Why not using Fileout st files to transfer the code?
The same question might be asked why Iceberg didn't just use a Fileout at
The Tonel format is more readable, especially minus the scattering of
I also meant to ask, what methods are used to file-in a Tonel file ?
Or more the point, what method process a string in Tonel format that has
been downloaded from a website?
Actually, hunting around a bit I found....
TonelParserTest >> testMethodDefList
shows that... ((TonelParser on: tonelString readStream)
returns an array of MCMethodDefinitions that respond to #load
MCMethodDefinition >> load
TonelParserTest >> testTypeDef
shows that ((TonelParser on: tonelString readStream) perform: #typeDef)
returns a MCClassDefinition that also responds to #load
MCClassDefinition >> load
So as an experiment I deleted MCMockClassD,
then in playground evaluated...
tonelString := (ZnEasy get: '
parser := (TonelParser on: tonelString readStream).
classDef := parser perform: #typeDef.
methodDefs := parser perform: #methodDefList.
methodDefs do: [ :md | md load ].
and super cool... MCMockClassD>>one was restored.
So is that the correct way to use it?
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Pharo-users