your description is quite close to reality :)
This is simple: I cannot cut myself in that many pieces.
On Nov 20, 2011, at 6:28 PM, Tudor Girba wrote:
What users? :) To get users at the very least one should mention the
existence of a demo.
This project was never announced. Even if I participated in its design, I did not even
know that there now is a Menssana repository :). I figured this one out just now because
Usmann said he committed a change and I did not see it in the Arki repository.
So, for those interested to take a look:
((Smalltalk globals at: #ConfigurationOfMenssana) project version: #development) load
Now, I went through the code a bit, and by the looks of it, it does seem to follow what I
said. For those interested, the idea goes along the following lines:
- it places the template of a concern is defined in a superclass
- it uses Magritte to describe this superclass
- when the user adds a new concern it creates a subclass, and provides the user with an
Magritte editor based on the description of the superclass
- when the user saves the concern it installs the code as Smalltalk source in the
This is great.
But, I still maintain that it is a bit in a messy state, both internally and definitely
from the user interface outcome.
On 19 Nov 2011, at 23:12, Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
> It was working.
> We can create dashboard and extended reports. Now I guess that it did not have enough
users to get the necessary pressure.
> On Nov 19, 2011, at 10:59 PM, moose-technology(a)googlecode.com wrote:
>> Comment #4 on issue 750 by tudor.gi...(a)gmail.com:
>> Menssana is in a messy state. After I managed to load it, I cannot run it.
Actually, come to think of it, I have never seen it working. Can anyone tell me how to
play with it?
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