When loading large chunks of code (like Moose), some warnings appear in the Transcript. The problem is the Transcript has a limited size and that with all information dumped into, the first one get lost before we can take a look at them.
Does anyone know a way to capture/redirect the Transcript output to a file, or the output from Compiler (maybe using the requestor parameter?)
Over the past week I worked on a new theme for Pharo called the
Glamorous Theme :). The theme is developed in the context of the
Glamour project, and its goal is to create a look that:
- does not look like a specific operating system. In particular, the
icons should be operating system agnostic, because, for example,
people in Windows are confused by the red, yellow, green buttons of
- uses a limited amount of colors and effects.
It is still work in progress, but you can get the current version by
GLMUITheme defaultSettings: nil.
"Problem solving efficiency grows with the abstractness level of
I just entered a new issue (http://code.google.com/p/moose-technology/issues/detail?id=451), but I wasn't able to say which version of Moose I am using. Is there a way to obtain this info?
I was thinking about:
=> <>default [ConfigurationOfMoose]
Not really helpful
ConfigurationOfMoose project lastVersion
=> >=4.0.14 [ConfigurationOfMoose]
But is 4.0.14 the same than default?
Alexandre Bergel http://www.bergel.eu
Open the moose panel.
Browse a small model.
on 'all famixClasses', rigth click and click on Utilities >> Compute
Now, from 'all dudemultiplications', browse 'constellation'.
In the browser, when clicking on a multiplication, opening the
GLMDiffPresentation raise an error: Message not understood:
GLMDiffPresentation >> allowsDeselection.