We should pay attention to super vicious dependencies.
For example ConfigurationOfPhexample dependent on a new version of StateSpecs.
spec for: #'common' do: [
spec blessing: #'baseline'.
spec repository: 'http://www.smalltalkhub.com/mc/Phexample/Phexample/main'.
spec baseline: 'StateSpecs' with: [
spec repository: 'github://dionisiydk/StateSpecs:v2.4.x’].
spec package: 'Phexample' ].
Since this baseline is referring to github, it means that old users of Phexample
cannot load anymore their code. This is funny because they cannot load their code to
be able to fix it to load in recent pharo version.
So Alain cannot migrate his project because petitparser use Phexample.
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A question on normalizing edges in RTMondrian:
I want to show the "strength" of the edges, computed according to some
How can I normalize for example the color of the edge to reflect this
Or maybe, normalize the "boldness" of the edge ?
RMod team -- Inria Lille
Glamorous Toolkit has evolved quite a bit over the past months, and we now would like to announce that we reached alpha.2 version. It runs on top of Pharo 7:
There quite a number of new things. Some highlights are:
- We added extensive documentation for GT, Bloc and Brick. By running "GtWorld openTour” you essentially transform the image into an elaborate wiki.
- We worked on Coder, a new set of tools that are dedicated for affecting code. For example, in the picture below we see an editor on embedded examples that can be edited and run independently.
And this one shows how we can visualize and edit the result of querying.
Just a note: To make Coder work the way we want, we extended Brick with several widgets, and enhanced significantly the linear and grid layouts.
- We added the first version of xdoc in order to serialize the Playground every time you evaluate something.
As always, we are looking forward to your feedback.
The feenk team
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