Andrei and I have just updated all the Roassal examples to be GT compliant. The result is __really__ cool.
You can even edit the example (it does not save the code, which is a feature) and see the example.
Here are some screenshots:
Really really cool! This is a whole new experience to browse Roassal example!
Andrei & Alexandre
Alexandre Bergel http://www.bergel.eu
We will organize at Lille the 29 and 30 of January PharoDays.
Now to help us building a budget I would like to know if you already
know that you plan to attend the conference.
Could you fill up the doodle
here is a list of package in VWMoose that could be interesting to get ported to MoosePharo.
Do you have some wishes (not sure that I will have the time).
I put a star infront of the ones I would be interested
this comes with tests
doru et al.
did you experience the following with glamour
we have three panes
select an item in pane 1
update pane 2
update pane 3
mouse over pane 3
scrolling fast the pane 3
change the selection in pane 1
To FlowLayout users, I am modifying RTAbstractFlowLayout and subclasses for
Roassal2 and I would appreciate to hear your opinions on some modifications:
First I changed the Flow layout maxWith value at the initialization to take
account of the global area of elements and gapsize. (see screen1, RTObject
Then I fixed the align Bottom, so the elements do not collide each others.
The only remaining difference is the first line is the less filled. It is
due to creating the layout from bottom to up. (The order of elements still
remain the same from the left top corner to the right down.) (see screen2
https://www.dropbox.com/s/7kr3gy4e3gwvvgl/screen2.png?dl=0) Does this
difference have any importance ?
Finally i am adding a HorizontalFlow layout. (right queued or left queued,
using align bottom) See the screen3 (
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nmgq8cg0f4p3m6u/screen3.png?dl=0), the alignement
is vertical, do you think it’s usefull ? Should I make a horizontal
alignement (In that case it would only be a increasement of maxWidth…) ?
Thank you !
This is just to let you know that the ConfigurationOfMoose 5.0-baseline
(and OfGlamour) no longer loads Roassal1.
There are still red tests, but the vast majority of the code is now cleaned
of Roassal1 dependencies. It would be useful if you could give a hand in
identifying the last problems.
Please keep the communication through the mailing list.
"Every thing has its own flow"