BookMorphs - Status and Future?
ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Thu May 18 11:26:00 UTC 2006
Pay attention BookMorph is full of rotten code.
Quite ugly. Subclasses depending on superclasses.
I started to play with SlideMorph (on squeaksource) and now I'm
waiting for Sophie :)
On 17 mai 06, at 21:18, Dan Shafer wrote:
> Returning to Squeak after a prolonged absence, I'm looking to build
> a tool for the creation and a platform for the deployment of adult-
> education technology. So I've been exploring Squeak with that
> viewpoint in mind.
> Last night, I ran (back) into BookMorphs. These seem to me, at
> least on the surface, to be a great starting point (superclass) for
> my project. But before I explore this further, I thought I'd ask
> the list.
> Anyone making extensive use of BookMorphs?
> What are the walls/limits I should know about?
> Any useful bits of history or words of advice? :-)
> Thanks for any thoughts.
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