[ANN] BabySRE (Squeak Reverse Engineering) posted on SqueakMap
milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca
Mon Dec 27 22:07:21 UTC 2004
i explained in my reply to Trygve that I kept missing the fact the "menu" is a
"popup menu", I kept searching in the "red halo menu" on the SRE object
rectangles...a "mental block :("
After that I was able to follow the Collaboration diagram creation for a large
part so far
Thanks for your reply, Milan
(sorry i sent this earlier to your mail instead of the list .. )
On December 27, 2004 03:46 am, hjh-sqlist at lexdb.net wrote:
> Quoting Milan Zimmermann <milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca>:
> > Trygve,
> > There is something I am struggling with when trying to play with SRE. I
> > tried
> > to follow the describtion in Appendix 1 and 2: downloaded
> > http://heim.ifi.uio.no/~trygver/2004/babysre/BabySRE.pdf, then started
> > with fresh Basic 3.7, installed Connectors 1.9 and installed BabySRE.
> > Up to Appendix 2 Item 2. I am OK. However, in Appendix 2 Item 3 it I am
> > unable
> > to understand (and find) the
> > menu 'add link for variable' -->owner
> > I assume I should see an item 'add link for variable' in the menu of the
> > DemoEclipseSRE "rectangle" which I droped on the collaboration tool. I
> > cannot
> > see such item in the menu ... so I wonder if I am misunderstanding or
> > perhaps
> > something did not install correctly.
> > Sorry if I miss something obvious,
> As far as I understand a collaboration diagram is for one central object to
> which I the other objects it works together with.
> I start the diagram for the DemoEclipseSRE morph by bringing up it's
> halo, choosing the menu and there the entry 'debug...'. I find two entries
> beginning with 'SRE' one being the collaboration diagram. Then 'add link
> for variable' works fine.
> I did a collaboration diagram of the WorldMenu
> It basically works great. A minor issue would be to shorten the display of
> long collections like the submorphs of the MenuMorph.
> (anOrderedCollection (MenuItemMorph(...) , MenuItemMorph(...) ,
> MenuItemMorph(...) ,....)
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