[Newbies] Re: basicFormat method missing in SHTextStylerST80?
mark-st at aufflick.com
Mon Jul 3 07:08:05 UTC 2006
What do you know, using format: works too (inherited from
SHTextStyler) and gives standard styling (eg bold etc), but no shout
On 7/3/06, Mark Aufflick <mark-st at aufflick.com> wrote:
> BTW, the line quoted is from PluggableSVIShoutMapMorph>>preStyleText.
> If I replace basicStyle: with unstyledTextFrom: (the only method
> listed in the 'converting' catgory of SHTextStylerST80's instance
> methods) the browser will launch, but I don't have styled text...
> On 7/3/06, Mark Aufflick <mark-st at aufflick.com> wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I think that my smalltalk conversion will be much nicer if I can get
> > the SVI emacs-like environments up and running.
> > The editor and workspace work great, but the SVI ClassBrowser fails
> > at the following point:
> > basicStyle: (aText _ styler basicFormat: t asText).
> > Where styler is an instance of SHTextStylerST80. Problem is it has no
> > basicFormat method. The only reference to a basicFOrmat method via
> > google is:
> > http://lists.squeakfoundation.org/pipermail/squeak-dev/2004-April/077901.html
> > which is hardly useful in this case, although it does point to the
> > function of the method.
> > First, can anyone suggest a change to the code or a wrapper
> > implementation of basicFOrmat?
> > This also points to a challenge that the ST community has with regards
> > to it's use of traditional SCM. Since most coding projects (say Rails)
> > use a "standard" text based SCM like CVS or subversion, they can run
> > simple web interfaces allowing access to all versions of all source
> > files. A huge benefit of that is that I can google for some class and
> > method names (that may be in either an upcoming version or may have
> > been deprecated years ago) and I will often find the source that
> > implements that method which is a good starting point, even if noone
> > has ever mentioned my specific issue.
> > There don't seem to be any such online viewable repositories of, say,
> > the squeak core. Is there any kind of repositary that would be
> > suitable for putting a read only web front end on? Ideally with more
> > granularity than just the snapshots of released image versions.
> > Cheers,
> > Mark.
> > --
> > Mark Aufflick
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> Mark Aufflick
> e: mark at pumptheory.com
> w: mark.aufflick.com
> p: +61 438 700 647
> f: +61 2 9436 4737
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