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I am trying to use Roassal2. We can do amazing things with it. It is a
But, it lakes of documentation. I mean, there are lots of examples and we
can reuse them.
My problem is that I cannot create something from scratch, just because I
do not understand the workflow.
You know, I used Glamour and Mondrian, where the workflow were clear. In
Roassal2, I am playing with blocks without understanding and without any
idea what can be the result before executing it.
My problem is not about language or DSL or API.
My question is: do you have a document that explain how to think a Roassal
It seems that to make something we can do it by multiple way. I just need
one way to understand the workflow or creating visualization.
Thank you for your help.
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The Henry tests are acceptance tests that have been failing for a long time.
The structure of RxParser is different from that of PPRegexParser.
Time: 10 November 2014, 12:21:14.634158 pm
Marked Henry 45, 48, 87, 115, 199, 120
as expected failures.
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In our Roassal 2 based app, we would like to have current zoom displayed. We
need to change the value when camera scale changes. Maybe I could make
events for all possible sources of zooming, but it seems pretty error-prone
and I did not find a way to do it for RTZoomableView source.
Therefore, I think we need something like "TRCameraScaleCallback", or any
idea how to do it other way.
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I am developing a browser with Glamour inside the GT inspector that looks like this:
When I click on a slice of the pie (i.e., the red slice), I get the visualization on the right pane with highlights on red components, as shown in the figure.
Then I can zoom and pane the right view, etc. When a click on another slice on the left view, the right view gets regenerated,
thus zoom and pan levels are restored to the default values. Since, for each pie the right view looks the same but has to have different highlights,
I was wondering if there is a way to keep the right view “fixed”, i.e., not re-creating every click, and just change the highlighting.
Thanks a lot for your help,
I've got an image I develop in and would like to be able to generate
diagrams for a number of classes and relationships to explain how things
are working to other people.
How can I do that with Moose? (Or GT I have loaded in 3.0)
I have seen a couple diagrams floating around, so it is definitely possible
But I also saw that all of that was done in a Moose image and not in a
normal Pharo image.