Omnibrowser - SystemBrowser - display all methods by default +
bergel at iam.unibe.ch
Wed Jun 27 12:37:27 UTC 2007
I think that having a way to interpret meta graph would be the way to
Right now, a meta graph can be interpreted using one single strategy.
As far as I remember, my fix goes in this direction.
On 27 Jun 2007, at 14:04, Cédrick Béler wrote:
>>> 1) In the system browser, I'd like to display all methods when
>>> a class - Alexandre Bergel posted a cs for that but I can't find it
>>> anymore and I can't do it by myself too. Does someone have this
>>> set or can you tell me where to look at... What is the "action" done
>>> when selecting a class (probably an announcment related update...) ?
>> Everybody want this, but Colin hasn't found a good way of doing it.
> ahh... I fell less stupid then ;)
> I ended up looking at OBColumn and OBColumnPanel
> OBColumn subscribes to 5 OBAnnoucments especially
> OBSelectionChanged or OBSelectingNode...
> Anyway, I'll see later...
>>> 2) also when displaying all methods, I'd like to color each list
>>> according to a category color. Is it feasible ? Can you point me
>>> to look at ?
>> I think you should change what OBMethodNode>>label returns or
>> something like this. I guess you can return a Text with colors.
> Thanks, I'll have a look
> Oh and last request, when OB is enabled by default, hitting the
> browse shortcut on a class name (in a worspace for instace) doens't
> work for me. The browser is opening with nothing selected.
> This is calling the following code wich reproduces for me the same
> problem (opens a browser with no class selected):
> OTToolset browse: WAComponent selector: nil.
> Is it normal (maybe I don't have the last version) because browsing
> a class (alt+b) inside OB works... ?
> I solved this by adding a test in the following method:
> OBSystemBrowserAdaptor>>fullOnClass: aClass selector: aSelector
> aSelector ifNil: [
> ^ OBSystemBrowser
> openOnClass: aClass].
> ^ OBSystemBrowser
> openOnClass: aClass
> selector: aSelector
> Last, I couldn't open a browser from the inspector/explorer (same
> pb - empty browser)
> I changed (I think here it's more a problem with the ToolSet
> "Create and schedule a full Browser and then select the current
> class and message."
> | myClass |
> (myClass := self selectedClassOrMetaClass) ifNotNil:
> [ToolSet browse: myClass selector: self
> selectedMessageName.] "instead of .... Browser fullOnClass:
> myClass selector: self selectedMessageName "
Alexandre Bergel http://www.bergel.eu
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