[Pharo-project] [squeak-dev] RE: Dynamic content in inspector??
bschwab at anest.ufl.edu
Sat Apr 3 20:22:13 EDT 2010
I certainly didn't install it, nor do I find EventMonitor in the image.
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2010/4/4 Schwab,Wilhelm K <bschwab at anest.ufl.edu>:
> This might be a problem in Pharo (RC1) in general or in its standard toolset, but I have a multi-line print string that when displayed in an inspector appears to try to edit the receiver and cause strangeness. Is that a known problem with a solution?
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> Hello all,
> With the understanding that I am doing non-trivial FFI work and could have completely fried my image already, I'm wondering if this is a common Squeak/Pharo newbie kind of amazement: I create and inspect a new instance of something that has a #printOn: method, and the contents of the inspector's workspace change with time.
> I have seen inspectors update to track objects in the past, but this behavior is unwanted. I thought of finalization, but that appears not to be happening (nor should it be with the object inspected).
> I will keep looking, but plausible explanations will be appreciated.
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