For me it seems weird thet applyScript (refresh) destroys the view and creates it again. Wouldn't it make more sense to expose the view on model and then instead of refresh use cleanAll (RTView>>cleanAll)?

Or maybe we should just make a new Model/Adapter for our needs and leave the Roassal's alone. :)


On Sat, Feb 28, 2015 at 7:23 PM, Johan Fabry <> wrote:

Yes, I use it for LRP.

I instantiate a RoassalModel and then set the script, as below. Sometimes I redraw the entire visualization by sending the refresh message to the RoassalModel instance. I don’t do anything else, really (no idea what event and lastEvent is about). 

treeview := self instantiate: RoassalModel.
treeview script: [:view :canvas | self buildTreeOnView: view ].

On Feb 28, 2015, at 14:05, Peter Uhnák <> wrote:


apparently we broke MorphicRoassalAdapter when cleaning Spec, I attached a fix.

However my question is - does anybody (except us) actually use the Roassal2Spec package? Because otherwise we could clean it a bit. For example I'm not sure of the use case of script:/lastEvent:.

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