Code example repository

Daniel Vainsencher danielv at
Tue May 31 14:47:55 UTC 2005

If you are willing to spend effort understanding a relatively new and 
raw tool, Mudpie might help. You choose a set of categories, it shows 
you which are dependent on which (in a diagram, using Ned's Connectors). 
This gives you quite a bit of information on the structure of the code. 
Obviously this is just one aspect of understanding code, but I find it 
helps to navigate.

Install and find links to more info on SqueakMap.


Chris Schreiner wrote:
>> On 31-May-05, at PM 06:05, Chris Schreiner wrote:
>>>  Hi
>>>  There is a thing in the Java world, which I am certain some of you 
>>> have encountered, it can be found at Its 
>>> just a crude lookup mechanism, using simple keywords to identify 
>>> example-code-segments.
>>>  I was wondering if any of you know of a similar service for Squeak. 
>>> If there is none, I guess it would be of interest to the Squeak 
>>> community to have such a thing.
>> Emm.. Browse for implementers/senders/references, etc or use the 
>> method finder?
> I guess you're right, however, I cannot see how I can effectively learn 
> about the framework as a whole coherent system (if it is). Browsing 
> specific areas suggest that I already know about the existence of those 
> areas. Of course, there are plenty of techniques I don't know about, so 
> feed me please, but I do think I have the basic understanding how to use 
> the search/browse facilities in Squeak.
> So my point is, I guess, is there a facility related to Squeak that 
> allow me to understand the framework as a whole?

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