[Q] Maui, can I run example or demo?
chris at funkyobjects.org
Tue Aug 30 16:06:06 UTC 2005
SqueakSource. In a Monticello browser add http repository:
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--- "Welch, Ronald P (US SSA)" <ronald.p.welch at baesystems.com> wrote:
> I would like to try out Maui as well. Where can do I get
> the Monticello file you allude to: "Maui-cmm.87.mcz"? Also,
> is there a separate Maui mailing list? Thanks in advance
> for your help.
> mailto:Ronald.P.Welch at baesystems.com Phone:(607)770-3701
> BAE SYSTEMS 600 Main St Johnson City, NY, USA 13790-1888
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Muller [mailto:chris at funkyobjects.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 10:47 AM
> To: Sungjin Chun; Squeak List
> Subject: Re: [Q] Maui, can I run example or demo?
> Greetings, sorry for the trouble you had. I have now fixed this.
> Please try loading Maui-cmm.87.mcz.
> Here are some tips to get you started on a basic file-manager.
> Open up a browser on FileDirectory and drag its class-side #default
> message onto the desktop. Then click on it to run the message. The
> little square box that appears is the result of the message, the
> #default instance of FileDirectory. You may drag this out onto the
> Now drag the instance-side #entries message onto this (before dropping,
> make sure it shows the green outline rectangle of where it will drop).
> Click on this message; a collection of entries appears in their "iconic"
> form. Change any ONE of them to the "Small" view ("beSmall" on the
> context menu) so that we may drag some messages into it.
> While still hovered over the one you just made small, press "b" to
> browse its hierarchy. DirectoryEntry pops up. Drag #name and #fileSize
> to the one you made small. Now Shift+click for its tool menu and select
> "as list entry".
> Finally, right-click on the actual Collection object, carefully getting
> outside that black border (its ScrollPane or something) but still on the
> Collection so that it is outlined in green (this part is a little
> tricky), and select "elements view | list entry".
> As you see, you have the beginnings of a "file-manager" very quickly.
> You can now remember this view by Shift+right click and select "manage
> views...". A dialog pops up letting you name this view. Any object may
> assume any previously remembered view at any time.
> I'm sure you will have questions, feel free to ask..
> --- Sungjin Chun <chunsj at embian.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to create some remove file system client in Squeak. My
> > previous version is FileList like thing(which is written in Objective-
> > C in Mac OS X) but this time I want to use different approach like
> > NakedObjects framework. It seems that Maui is related to this(am I
> > wrong?) But I cannot install Maui using SqueakMap(or Monticello, it
> > wants addTransferMorphSelector: method but my image, both 3.8 and 3.9a
> > does not have this method).
> > Can anyone let me know how to install Maui, and is there any example/
> > demo using Maui?
> > Thanks in advance.
> > PS)
> > Sorry if you see this message in squeak mailling list too. I do not
> > intent to cross post this message. Just I do not know where should I
> > post this question.
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