[squeak-dev] Re: [Ann] Cuis 3.1 is available
hilaire.fernandes at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 21:17:40 UTC 2011
Really feels snappy! Should be quite snappy on XO with COG VM.
Le 04/03/2011 21:41, Juan Vuletich a écrit :
> Hi Folks,
> Cuis 3.1 is available at http://www.jvuletich.org/Cuis/Index.html . From
> the release notes:
> New in Cuis 3.1
> * Super fast Morphic world display.
> o About ten times faster when many windows are open.
> o Makes the whole UI feel much more responsive.
> o Simpler code.
> * New Layout engine.
> o New layout specs and logic.
> o New layout adjusters and window resizers.
> o Allows adding / removing morphs without leaving "holes".
> o Orders of magnitude simpler. Can be understood by humans.
> Removed all traces of the old code.
> * Cleaner look for Default theme. Nicer buttons, menus and halos.
> Faster world redraw allows for full-window resize.
> * Morphic buttons simplification: reduced 5 morphic button classes
> into just one.
> * New Transcript
> o Fast (Calls return quickly)
> o Fast (Updates are immediate)
> o Thread safe
> o Can log to file in addition to Display
> o Display output is optional (for headless images)
> o Can work on a bare bones image (Doesn't need UI,
> dependency, events, processes)
> o Optional morphic window for seamless integration in Morphic
> o UI framework agnostic. Can be used to debug Morphic, even
> with the morphic window open, without crashing the image!
> o No longer a text editor. Display is read only.
> * Support for .mcz files (they are treated like .cs and .st files)
> * Removed the colored mouse button naming from all over the system.
> Now they are #mouseButton1, #mouseButton2 and #mouseButton3.
> * Cleaner Clipboard design & api, to enable extended clipboard
> * Fixes to transparent pixels in 32bpp Forms
> * Lots of code simplifications all over the system: Text, Menus,
> Tools layout construction, SystemWindow. Killed FakeClassPool.
> * Utilities: #printStack: (great together with the new Transcript),
> better comment at Object>>#is:
> * Many updates from Squeak, including cascading of optimized sends
> Juan Vuletich
Education 0.2 -- http://blog.ofset.org/hilaire
More information about the Squeak-dev