[V3dot10] needed tool
milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca
Fri Jan 26 07:36:53 UTC 2007
On 2007 January 25 05:32, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> On Jan 25, 2007, at 4:14 , Milan Zimmermann wrote:
> > On 2007 January 23 05:56, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> >> Am Jan 23, 2007 um 7:38 schrieb Milan Zimmermann:
> >>> On 2007 January 22 10:42, Ralph Johnson wrote:
> >>>> The 3.9 group put ALL of the code in the basic image in Monticello.
> >>> Ah yes thanks! .. I just browsed Monticello in 3.9 with a new set
> >>> of eyes. I
> >>> did not realize all this Monticello-type categorization was done in
> >>> 3.9 (I
> >>> did not realize it before because the list of packages was so much
> >>> shorter
> >>> than list of class categories). This must have been a huge amount
> >>> of work,
> >>> renaming the method categories to Monticello naming conventions.
> >> Yep. Andreas Raab did this after 3.8 was done. It was called iSqueak
> >> ("impara Squeak"). His recategorization script was used to create the
> >> first 3.9 MC packages, by Doug Way, IIRC.
> > Thanks Bert, I did not know the history. As an aside, it Croquet
> > based on
> > iSqueak?
Thanks. Back to Squeak for a sec, because all code (class, method) is now
separated to belong to exactly one Package, would it be possible (and let's
assume first we are strongly typed in Squeak, so we know the receiver
always), to write a program which, by looking at senders and implementors,
would generate a "package dependency graph"? Am I missing something
substantial (I am sure I am :) ).
> - Bert -
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