I really enjoyed the dojo.
Now how can we proceed? I would really like to have a Moose up and
running in Pharo.
Doru do you have an idea when you will have time to work on FAMIX 30?
From my side I will work on the extractor and populate FAMIX-
Implementation and Famix-Smalltalk.
today I installed Moose, and, on top of that, ClusterFinder, which
would simply refuse to work - sometimes it will choke on a "Subscript
out of bounds" immediately, sometimes it will show a growing progress
bar and then complain about the message #writeStream not being
understood (while, at the same time, "errorr!a CodeFoo.Deprecation"
I installed the most recent versions of Moose and ClusterFinder. What
do I have to do to make this work?
I saw that you added an extension to Collection. I like the change,
but I need to say two things:
- please use just camel case in the names of the methods (no _)
- actually, I would say that the fix would be better in the groupedBy:
method. What do you say?
"When people care, great things can happen."
The first day of the Moose Dojo to port Moose to Squeak has started.
You can follow the progress on my twitter account:
and on the wiki page:
We will keep you posted with the progress.
"There are no old things, there are only old ways of looking at them."
I would like to inform you that due to too few submissions we decided
to cancel FAMOOSr workshop that was supposed to be organized at TOOLS
We consider that the problem was the location, and we are looking for
other possibilities of organizing FAMOOSr in another setting.
We will keep you posted.
p.s. If you have ideas or want to get involved in any way, please let
"To lead is not to demand things, it is to make them happen."
I just discovered the excellent 'Basil' package to render a mondrian
script to a flash webpage.
It works really great except that the mondrian painting is drawn
outside of its 'box' (see image below). I traced the error and it
seems that once the mondrian-interface is initialized, changing its
width and height does not have any effect. The only way to adapt it,
is to change the hard-coded numbers in MondrianInterface>>initialize.
The code I am using and that I thought should work is:
I'm willing to have a try to fix it, but I would like to make sure if
it's the right way to use Basil and if nobody else might have a
IMO what is needed is an official description document of FAMIX 3.0
once it's fully implemented and supported by moose and/or other
platforms. By that I mean a technical report so that people know what
to cite in their articles.
I'm thinking aloud to see how I could get Famix 3.0 into moose.
I imagine that a problem is that since famix 30 is described in fame
we would have to change all the ui and so on to get moose interpret
FAME instead of Meta
Now would it be possible to take FAMIX30 describe it with Meta and
that I change te VW exporter to generate FAMIX 30 instead of Famix 2.2