[Pharo-project] [squeak-dev] [ANN] STicky
Hernán Morales Durand
hernan.morales at gmail.com
Sun Sep 27 09:29:12 EDT 2009
Stef if you loaded STickySq in Pharo I cannot guarantee to work
properly because one difference between the Pharo an Squeak are some
removed keyboard hooking methods in HandMorph.
I've tested in #10462 and it works fine too. If the problem persists
please let me know.
2009/9/27 Hernán Morales Durand <hernan.morales at gmail.com>:
> Ok, maybe this is going to be a sticky post? :)
> I have no problems installing with the following script in a Pharo-Core #10458 :
> | instClass |
> instClass := Smalltalk at: #Installer ifAbsent: [ ScriptLoader new
> installingInstaller ].
> instClass ss
> project: 'STicky';
> install: 'STicky'
> The extra packages (translators or evaluators) are loaded by request
> selecting the menu item (I don't want to load all the translators in
> one-pass because people may want to just use one and that would load
> many unnecessary packages for them), maybe you have to wait a little
> bit until the installer finish a particular package loading? Have you
> received any exception or walkback selecting a specific translator?
> PS : The only problem I have is in a clean image if opening the
> interactive workspace before anything else, some code is compiled in
> test classes automatically, and it seems Author>>fullName assumes one
> must provide initials before compiling anything or the system will not
> continue to work.
> [fullName isEmptyOrNil ] whileTrue: [self requestFullName].
> 2009/9/27 Stéphane Ducasse <stephane.ducasse at inria.fr>:
>> Ok now if you want people to use it provide a loader that loads
>> Because so far I could not make it work. Because extra packages are
>> On Sep 27, 2009, at 2:12 PM, Hernán Morales Durand wrote:
>>> That's one idea. Although there are many applications. I'm using it
>>> now to test a translator from Smalltalk to PQF (an insane query
>>> language), but the course of acquisition of a natural language is a
>>> very complex process, so a linguist can write a translator which
>>> display dynamically inflectional systems differences between English
>>> and Greek or Chinese, or a WordNet application which suggest synonyms
>>> to a writer as he writes, or a logician which desires to show his
>>> students calculus applied to a "lingua characteristica", i.e. it is
>>> not limited to computer or constructed languages. Use your imagination
>>> For the Smalltalk to Java part, I've just included a translator
>>> available in the SqueakSource repository, I'm not so concerned about
>>> the correcteness of a translator but if the author wants to include a
>>> warning before usage of his tool I will happily include it.
>>> One motivation for STicky were the arguments of some Java developers I
>>> know, they told me they've felt lost inside Smalltalk (they've never
>>> seen a Programming System as an autonomic system with global behavior,
>>> etc. but as a process which deals with dead text code) and since
>>> language is a means for referring objects rather than the object
>>> itself, this tool can show the referent sources of their language, if
>>> a translator exists of course.
>>> 2009/9/27 Stéphane Ducasse <stephane.ducasse at inria.fr>:
>>>> But for beginner what is the difference between that and a Smalltalk
>>>> The idea is that they can compare with their own language the
>>>> smalltalk syntax?
>>>> it could work now when trnaslating to Java you can generate really
>>>> code to
>>>> express smalltalk syntax?
>>>> On Sep 26, 2009, at 11:26 PM, Andrey Larionov wrote:
>>>>> Its an awesome. It what i want cause i smalltalk beginer
>>>>> On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 01:20, Hernán Morales Durand
>>>>> <hernan.morales at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>> is a pluggable real-time evaluator and/or translator workspace
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