[ANN] StarBrowser v4 on SqueakMap
ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Sat Dec 7 16:49:08 UTC 2002
On samedi, décembre 7, 2002, at 05:07 pm, Ned Konz wrote:
> On Saturday 07 December 2002 12:27 am, Stephane Ducasse wrote:
>> Ned this is really good to see our ideas moving like that.
>> CONTINUE. you got the essence of SB:
>> a powerful plug for tools.
> Thanks! I didn't know if anyone except me was actually using it.
Roel told me the same ;) but people will come this is clear. We could
have an environment
much better than the one of eclipse if we would rationalise what we
>> For the pane division this is really something that we were
>> discussing with roel.
> I can add it, but I don't know what the interface would be from the
I suspect that I understand what you mean :) May be we could click on
and mark them explicitly and the marked items would be displayed
>> I was also telling to roel that I would like to have colors or
>> tags. Colors really to identify
>> the classes I'm working in.
> Yes, I'd like to change the list so that it can handle colored text. I
> am using underlines and bold; could use italic, but it didn't look
> good with the font I was using.
>> - Ned for the methods I change the labelItemize to have
>> >> selector (class) instead of class >> selector
>> because normally you browse a method in the context of a class.
> Done in v4. Which is a big improvement over v3; you should try it!
;) I'm latexing like hell.... not that fun.
>> Roel and Ned: we should really rename extensional and intensional
>> by enumerated and computed. Please do it now else these &(*&*&
>> names will creep into the interface.
> Yes, I think that's a good idea. I don't like the names: they sound
> academic and they're awkward English. I added a third kind of
> classification, which is right now called PreDefinedClassification
> and is used for special collections.
Roel wanted to have also mixed classifications with a part computed and
> Ned Konz
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Dr. Stéphane DUCASSE (ducasse at iam.unibe.ch)
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