what's the right tool for text file templates?
ljw1001 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 29 21:15:31 UTC 2005
You're right -it did load. The package simply modifies the String class
itself and adds a test class to go with it. I was expecting a subclass or
something. I guess i've been too long in environments where changing key
classes just isn't done.
i find squeak to be mostly friendly - once you load the software you need.
On 11/29/05, Cees De Groot <cdegroot at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/29/05, Larry White <ljw1001 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks for your help but, No. Smalltalk does not make such things easy.
> If anything doesn't make anything not easy here, it's Squeak. There's
> a lot to improve in the UI (still, there's also a lot better than
> 'regular' UIs, but sadly enough it takes a bit of time to get that...
> - the learning curve should be a lot gentler)
> > [...] Same as before-says it's loading, but no new
> > classes/methods appear in the system.
> Are you sure? You can "Browse" MC files from the MC user interface, it
> shows exactly what it is supposed to add/change/override.
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