[squeak-dev] [Ann] Cuis 4.0 is released!
karlramberg at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 18:28:21 UTC 2012
Looks nice indeed.
The rewrite of TextEditor looks quite impressive.
I tested a bit but Cuis has a quite limited font selection ;-)
How do I import more fonts to Cuis ?
A couple of bugs:
Found that when a menu is pinned down its sub-menus disappear quite fast.
Try to pin down New Morph menu and access sub-menus for example.
There is a MNU when you select WorldMenu/Windows/Move Windows Onscreen and
a Transcript is open.
On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 8:14 PM, <juanlists at jvuletich.org> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> Cuis 4.0 is available at http://www.jvuletich.org/Cuis/**Index.html<http://www.jvuletich.org/Cuis/Index.html>. This is a very important release. It's been over 10 months since Cuis
> 3.3, but all this time means that there are a lot of big news now.
> The biggest one is the public release of the Styled Text Editor, by
> Bernhard Pieber. Bernhard will do the announcement of this project himself,
> all I want to say is that Styled Text Editor is the driving force behind
> most of the new stuff in this release. I also want to add that I'm
> delighted to be able to work with Bernhard on his project, and that I'm
> more than happy with the wonderful effect this is having on Cuis itself.
> Check http://www.jvuletich.org/Cuis/**CuisReleaseNotes.html<http://www.jvuletich.org/Cuis/CuisReleaseNotes.html>.
> So, the main new features of this release of Cuis are the required support
> for External Packages. This is a very lightweight implementation of
> Packages, based on PackageInfo, but not on Monticello. Versioning is done
> with GitHub. Take a look at http://www.jvuletich.org/Cuis/**
> Full list of features (from the release notes):
> - Package Support. Cuis 4.0 has a package implementation based on
> PackageInfo. Can be used with a Git repository (like GitHub) for package
> versioning. More info at "CodeManagementInCuis4" and "CuisAndGitHub". This
> infrastructure and process is used for the StyledTextEditor project,
> developed by Bernhard Pieber and Software Generation.
> - New handling of ChangeSets. The idea is to have only one "live"
> change set that automatically captures all changes done to the Cuis Core
> image. Changes to Packages go to separate ChangeSets.
> - UCompletion. A new implementation of Autocompletion for Smalltalk
> code. Activates with ctrl-space. Usually gives the selector desired as the
> first option. Some features are:
> = Sorts by last definition of selector (Methods recently saved go
> = Sorts appropriately all selectors matching entered prefix (no
> hardcoded limits, like 40 selectors matching 2 letters).
> = Restricts suggestions if receiver is Global, a Constant or a
> = Doesn't have an "expanded mode". Always shows relevant
> = Not restricted to a set of previously selected packages. All the
> methods in the system are accounted for.
> = Very fast, thanks to an optimized Trie implementation.
> = Compact code. Relies on services by Trie (for storing and
> querying selectors) and Shout (for parsing incomplete methods).
> = Helps make Shout faster, by providing super fast queries of
> selector prefixes.
> = Can be used for other applications besides Smalltalk code.
> Currently used for an English glossary for StyledTextEditor.
> - Trie. Cuis 4.- includes a very optimized implementation of a Trie.
> Tries are dictionaries where keys are Strings. Lookups are extremely fast.
> Search for entries matching a prefix are extremely fast (O(1) regardless of
> the size of the collection). Addition and removals are quite fast too. Used
> for UCompletion, holding 11,000 selectors. Also used for an English spell
> checker (in the StyledTextEditor project) holding 166,000 words. In both
> cases use of memory is quite reasonable (3 and 5.4 bytes per character in
> average) and query speed is extremely fast.
> - Multiple level undo / redo in all text and code editors.
> - ClickNHalf+Drag to select words. TripleClick or DoubleClickNHalf+Drag
> to select paragraphs. Like most modern text editors and wordprocessors do.
> - Multiple text selection (with control+mouse). Like most modern text
> editors and wordprocessors do.
> - Lf. The newline character is no longer Character cr (ASCII code 13),
> but Character lf (ASCII code 10). This is the standard in Mac and Unix
> platforms, and the required convention for GitHub. All the code in the
> image has been converted.
> - cmd-w closes window below mouse pointer. cmd-< y cmd-> cycle through
> - New "PostIt" like HoverHelp morphs.
> - Simplification / Redesign: Scrolling in Morphic (TransformMorph gone,
> - Deep cleanup in Paragraph and paragraph display services in Canvas
> and DisplayScanner (now MorphicScanner).
> - MouseClickState refactor, to ease new gestures (ClickNHalf+Drag,
> DoubleClickNHalf+Drag, TripleClick).
> - Killed AbstractEvent hierarchy. Unified event subscribing, triggering
> and handling everywhere in Cuis.
> - More TextMorph cleanup.
> - Numeric enhancements done by nice and jmv, both on Squeak and Cuis.
> - Many minor enhancements, cleanups and bugfixes.
> - Updates to Squeak: Numerics, Network, and many others.
> I hope you enjoy this release of Cuis as much as Bernhard and I enjoyed
> working on it. As usual, comments, discussion, bug reports, kudos and
> donations are all
> Juan Vuletich
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