[Pharo-dev] Understanding Workspace
kilon.alios at gmail.com
Wed May 21 08:17:14 EDT 2014
Thank you Tudor, thats looks definitely very useful .
I am downloading it now and studying it :)
On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 3:10 PM, Tudor Girba <tudor at tudorgirba.com> wrote:
> The first suggestion is to not invest in the PluggableTextMorph :)
> Ideally, we should get the new text widget soon, but in the meantime, you
> would be better with using Rubric. It is a pragmatic solution developed by
> Alain Plantec and that works now. This is where we are going with the
> Glamorous Toolkit at the moment. You find it already in the Moose image, or
> you can download it from here:
> On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 12:44 PM, kilon alios <kilon.alios at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hello guys, I have started a new experiment of mine, a tool I call
>> "Talos". I want Talos to become workspace on steroids.
>> The first thing I want to implement is emacs like navigation. With that I
>> mean keyboard shortcuts for moving inside the text like you can do with
>> arrow keys already and the ability to move to the next word , the first
>> character of next word, the last character of next word , previous world,
>> quickly rename variables and all the great things one can do with emacs and
>> Of course I don't want to do all that at once, one step at a time.
>> Now I have take a look at Workspace and it seems that it uses
>> PlaggableTextMorph , it also looks like I can get the contents via
>> PluggableTextMorph>>text instance side. The source code returned is also
>> send to RBParser using the parseBlock method , I think for syntax
>> However because the PluggableTextMorph is very big and it does not even
>> have a class comment, though quite a lot of methods are commented, I am
>> really open to advice and suggestions on to how to parse the contents and
>> manipulate the cursor position.
>> I know I could use PettitParser but I dont know if there are better
>> options out there, or maybe I am doing the whole thing wrong.
>> So any advice and suggestion is more than welcomed.
> "Every thing has its own flow"
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