[Pharo-project] A port of Pharo: Redline Smalltalk ...
stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Sat Apr 10 15:21:46 EDT 2010
some changes are changes coming from squeak and in such a case there is the squeak change
It does not mean that we can integrate the change as it is.
Thanks for looking at fixes and bug entries
On Apr 10, 2010, at 7:52 PM, Richard Durr wrote:
> I am still trying to grok how this issue-fixing works. For example, in
> "Difficulty:Easy" there are some issues which consist mostly of
> ChangeSets of something. O_o
> On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 10:50 AM, Stéphane Ducasse
> <stephane.ducasse at inria.fr> wrote:
>> Yes this is the vision we have.
>> Now if people would help for simple things in pharo we would have more time for such issues.
>> We got several people doing PhD on modules and related. We studied namespace and other kind of
>> points so we have an idea of what could be a solution but it should be implemented
>> On Apr 6, 2010, at 1:14 AM, Richard Durr wrote:
>>> No, it's not. I would be far more valuable to have modularized images
>>> though: Just like Next/Apples Nibs or Bundle-mechanism. These
>>> image-modules would be edited from a development-image-bundle. They
>>> could be used to form stand-alone applications already clean of the
>>> development code or libraries that contain only a diff to the base
>>> classes, these library-images could then be combined to form more
>>> complex images. They could also contain their own namespace… and they
>>> would replace the non-modelling packaging mechanism, but I digress… ^^
>>> | packageWorkedOn |
>>> packageWorkedOn := Browser newPackageNamed: 'Calculator'.
>>> packageWorkedOn importPackage: 'Seaside'.
>>> "Create code in the Browser…"
>>> packageWorkedOn saveAsMonticello.
>>> packageWordedOn saveAsPackage.
>>> packageWorkedOn saveAsApplication.
>>> or something like that … ^^
>>> On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 9:08 PM, nullPointer <epicfan at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> jarober says:
>>>>> The reason these "Smalltalk for .NET" and "Smalltalk for the JVM"
>>>>> projects never seem to come off is simple - Smalltalk isn't just flat
>>>>> text in an editor. Smalltalk is the entire interactive environment.
>>>>> It would be fairly simple to get a syntax parser, but it wouldn't be
>>>>> Smalltalk. It would be Ruby or Python with Smalltalk syntax.
>>>>> Somewhat useful perhaps, but not really Smalltalk.
>>>> Hopefully it would have sufficient knowledge to be able to do something
>>>> Sorry, but I believe that it is the way that had to take commercial
>>>> Smalltalk. It surprises to me that Cincom and company do not see it.
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