Squeak code now browsable and bookmarkable on the Web
Klaus D. Witzel
klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Fri Jan 4 22:19:01 UTC 2008
nice work, and you will find something similiar on the result page of
May I add 2-3 things:
o fileIn hyperlinks which answer, with content-type: text/plain,
the corresponding fileOut (at all the levels) as .st suffixed file,
same as local fileOut would do.
o show the annotation info.
o make available what's inside *each* MC package of the local directory
in a similiar fashion, top-entry-point: MCZ package+version file name.
Then we could begin making *each*published*version* of every class+method
*searchable* on the web (and perhaps link from the SqueakSource project
pages to a server which has some bandwidth for crawlers).
Thanks for your effort!
On Fri, 04 Jan 2008 21:24:13 +0100, Janko wrote:
> Dear Squeakers,
> Latest debate about documentation, accessing of source from the web and
> Google indexing warmed me to the point that I made a first glimpse of a
> web interface to code in Squeak image:
> This is a newest Damien's squeak-web image and if, for instance, you'd
> like to see the code of that web app, here is its bookmarkable Url:
> Everything is bookmarkable: class categories, classes, methods. That way
> it is very easy to email someone a link to some code in your image. Yes,
> your own image can soon be accessible from the web that way!
> Best regards
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