It is more efficient to use Pharo and a
stable system (Announcement + Glamour) than to try to port all the things to Squeak.
Maybe, you have good reasons to do that.
keep us informed of your choice, and if it work on Squeak.
On May 29, 2010, at 14:40 , Tudor Girba wrote:
You can probably load the Announcement package separately from:
I presume you will also encounter other problems due to Polymorph which exists by default
in Pharo. So, you will also need to learn how to load that one. One idea would be to ask
on the Pharo mailing list to see how they load it on top of the core image.
On 29 May 2010, at 14:12, Laval Jannik wrote:
> Glamour depends on Announcement, which is a part of Pharo Kernel.
> It is the new event Manager, which differs from Squeak.
> I don't know If it is portable in Squeak.
> On May 29, 2010, at 13:46 , Hannes Hirzel wrote:
>> I am trying to load Glamour into Squeak 4.1. but run into a problem
>> completing the loading.
>> 1) Use ConfigurationOfGlamour-tg.38.mcz (21 May 2010) in Squeak 4.1
>> trunk (or Squeak 4.2alpha updated)
>> 2) Evaluate
>> ConfigurationOfGlamour loadDefault
>> 3) A warning pops up
>> This package depends on the following classes:
>> (I am not told which package ).
>> Question: Where do I find the class Announcer and Announcement?
>> Thank you for the answer in advance.
>> P.S. I tried to ignore this warning and proceeded. It loads quite a
>> lot but the examples do not work because the class GLMTabulator is not
>> GLMTabulator seems to be a central class. Maybe I can load it through
>> other means. I do not necessarily need everyting at this moment. I
>> would just like to do a few simple examples to explore a net of
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