> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Sven Van Caekenberghe <sven(a)stfx.eu>
> Subject: [Pharo-users] [ ANN ] Pharo Days 2016
> Date: December 9, 2015 at 9:52:09 AM EST
> To: Any question about pharo is welcome <pharo-users(a)lists.pharo.org>, Pharo Development List <pharo-dev(a)lists.pharo.org>, Pharo Business <pharo-business(a)lists.pharo.org>
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> Dear fellow Pharoers,
> Mark your calendars: on Thursday March 31 & Friday April 1 we are organising the Pharo Days 2016. This year we moved the location to Namur, Belgium, just a bit south of Brussels, at the very beautiful location of the ‘Cercle de Wallonie’ overlooking the river Meuse.
> We’ll update the following page moving forward.
> You can ask questions on any of the Pharo mailing lists or you can email the Pharo Board.
> Let's make this another success, together ! We hope to see as many of you as possible.
"We are all great at making mistakes."
I am checking what Roassal can do and was wondering if I
could use it for quick data analysis, e.g.,
to draw a simple xy-data graph from a file and play around
interactively with that, with the possibility to zoom / zoom back,
switch easily to logarithmic axes, etc.
So far I see RTGrapher, but as far as I can tell, no usable zooming
functionality exists. Is there anything better?
Thanks for any comments
Andrei wrote a post describing GT Releaser:
We use it for releasing reliably GT. GT is spread throughout multiple repositories and have deep dependencies, and yet we release it on every commit in a reliable fashion, while still allowing people to load small pieces independently from the overall GT. For example, people can load GT Examples, or GT Releaser independently. Another thing is that we also handle the dependencies to external projects, such as SmaCC.
The same can be applied for Moose. Would you like to look into this opportunities to make Moose more modular and friendlier to outside projects?
"No matter how many recipes we know, we still value a chef."
I am able to do that:
Changing node selected on the left updates the selection interval on the right.
Highlighter is generated automatically from my PPCompositeParser.
One step further to get good integration of PostgreSQL source code into Pharo environment.
Next step is to have a code editor for PostgreSQL source code (really close to have it).
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I do not know if you know but the moose web site is down.
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Camp Smalltalk Charlotte 2019 is looking good! At this point we are over
Looks like some cool demos using different Smalltalk dialects are already
A google groups forum has been created for attendees so everyone can
beforehand. Attendees will get an invitation for group access shortly
This event is happening March 29th – March 31st 2019 in Charlotte, North
Please register for the event as spots will be limited.
Event details and registration info are available at the following link: Camp
Smalltalk Charlotte 2019
Hope to see you there!