[squeak-dev] [Ann][Cuis] New Cuis release
leves at elte.hu
Wed Aug 11 02:16:07 UTC 2010
On Tue, 10 Aug 2010, Juan Vuletich wrote:
> Hi Levente,
> Thanks for the great feedback! A new release, 2.6 is out now. It addresses
> all the issues you raise.
That was a quick release. I can confirm that all tests pass, and all
issues are solved.
> You might take a look at change set 540, for FFT. I did a bit of refactoring
> in FFT, and now the user is able to choose between high performance, 32 bit
> Float precision (the new default) and slow, 64 bit Double precision. The
> sample "test" methods reflect that too.
Thanks, I'll check it out.
> Juan Vuletich
> Levente Uzonyi wrote:
>> On Mon, 9 Aug 2010, Juan Vuletich wrote:
>>> Hi Folks,
>>> Cuis 2.5 is available at www.jvuletich.org/Cuis/Index.html .
>>> New in Cuis 2.5
>>> - Compatibility with the Cog VM
>>> - Fix the sequence of click - wait - double click in text editors (old
>>> Squeak bug)
>>> - Fix formatting bugs in a trailing empty line in text editors (old Squeak
>>> - A few updates from Squeak
>>> - Several minor fixes and enhancements
>> A few notes:
>> - I tried to run the tests, during that debuggers popped up with "Code
>> simulation error". After fighting them, i got "230 run, 165 passed, 15
>> failed, 50 errors".
>> - While I was fighting with the debuggers, I tried to use the "return
>> value" feature, but it's sending #default to FillInTheBlank, which is
>> missing, so another debugger opens.
>> - So I decided to find the methods which send #FillInTheBlank and #default,
>> but [ Smalltalk browseAllCallsOn: #FillInTheBlank and: #default. ] doesn't
>> find any senders, so I used this snippet:
>> | a b |
>> a := Smalltalk allCallsOn: #FillInTheBlank.
>> b := Smalltalk allCallsOn: #default.
>> browseMessageList: (a intersection: b)
>> name: 'Senders'
>> autoSelect: 'FillInTheBlank default' ].
>> The following methods send #default to FillInTheBlank:
>> Debugger >> #returnValue
>> Parser >> #defineClass:
>> - I tried to sort the result of (a intersection: b) by sending #sort to it,
>> but OrderedCollection doesn't understand it.
>> - And I found that FFT >> #transformForward: doesn't use the primitive. :)
>>> Juan Vuletich
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