[Newbies] Good practice for modeling model tools
anders at janmyr.com
Sat Aug 30 08:12:21 UTC 2008
> Have you looked at Magritte?
Not enough. I'm going to give it a deeper examination.
I just wanted to get a general feel for what Smalltalker do.
Mold the system into a new behavior or write an application layer
that handles all of it.
> On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 8:04 AM, Anders Janmyr <anders at janmyr.com> wrote:
>> I would like some thought on what is a good way to model "model tools"
>> in Smalltalk.
>> The user should be able to create classes.
>> The classes contain named variables.
>> The variables can be described (typed) with data such as type (String,
>> Date, Company) and multiplicity (1, 2..5, 4..)
>> I also want to attach behavior to the classes.
>> I would also want to be able to refactor the classes, preferably with
>> the existing tools
>> name: ImportPeople
>> executeMethod: "code for importing people into my model"
>> Should I model the users models as Smalltalk objects or should I make
>> my own parallel hierarchy.
>> Should the Person above be dynamically created as a smalltalk class:
>> or should I use
>> name: Person
>> instVars: #(name mother ...)
>> Any help will be appreciated.
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