david.mitchell at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 15:24:38 UTC 2007
Well, Omni is a framework for writing browser like tools. So there is
an Omni System Browser and an Omni Debugger and an Omni Process
None of them tell the end user that they were written with Omni. If
you inspect the morph, look at its model, it is an OBSystemBrowser.
Just learned that the menu in the title bar of the system tools has a
Choose new default browser option.
The Omni System Browser does have the code to generate accessors. It
is in the command ORCmdAccessorInstVarRefactoring. I don't see how to
activate it in the menus. I believe it is a bug. (I know I was using
this refactoring in the last month via a menu).
I did see the method cmdInstVarRefactroings (note the misspelling). It
doesn't seem like it is sent in my image.
On 8/28/07, Blake <blake at kingdomrpg.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Aug 2007 10:25:02 -0700, David Mitchell
> <david.mitchell at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On mine, open browser prompts as to what kind of browser as first use.
> > I believe choosing Open, Image Browser goes to direct to Omni.
> > The code to open is:
> > OBSystemBrowser open
> > See class side for other variants.
> > What I would love is a way to stay in Omni. Lots of tools still open
> > non-Omni tools.
> So this thing called "System Browser" is the OmniBrowser? Wow, I don't see
> any indication of that anywhere, even if I inspect the morph!
> Can the OmniBrowser create accessors? I don't see any way to do so (other
> than manually, of course).
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