On Nov 7, 2012, at 6:31 PM, Michele Lanza wrote:
today Roberto and I briefly looked into the filesystem stuff, which is a nice starting
point, but I guess we'll have to implement now a full-blown fact extractor to fill in
Yes why would this be magically here. And especially for which languages with Java and not
scala and not VB6 and not C# and not C…
You can take snippet of code and pass it to verveineJ
We will evaluate that for our scenario (which works really well in Smalltalk but since
this is in Smalltalk then you get bashed and not credible)
we want to see if we can extract change objects from git (now we have them for Smalltalk
Pharo will probably move to git when it is ready so we will probably lose all our effort
around MC but this is life.
and Hismo models. For now we're at a dead end because of some
UFT-8 crap Roberto just sent an email about to the pharo-dev list. Can't believe in
2012 this thing still haunts people
Did you read the spec of UTF-8 for fun? I did it a bit just to understand and it is not
simple. And this is not even complete :)
Now roberto should also probably send a debugger stack so that people can see because may
be this is zipping problem.
Typically when an MCZ file is corrupted the system tries to load it and gets confused. It
should not be the case here it happens to us in the past.
Doing is always more difficult when you do it, but also rewarding.