The question should be: How many packages are contained in the software you want to
I change it and commit a new version.
Thank you Lukas.
On Jul 19, 2010, at 11:22 , Lukas Renggli wrote:
I can't parse:
"How much do you think the number of packages of the software?"
How much what? What is the question?
On 19 July 2010 08:36, Laval Jannik <jannik.laval(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Pharoers, and Smalltalkers in general,
> Have you seen waited to assess the cycles in your software? Now you can :)
> We request some of you to perform an experiment using DSM to see your software
package structure and to fix cycles between packages. Our tool shows dependencies between
packages and highlight some bad dependencies generating structure cycles. It also helps to
> Your goal is to fill a survey using our tool.
> I prepared a mini-tutorial about DSM and eDSM. It can help you to understand the
> To ease the use of our tool, I loaded it in a PharoCore1.2. And there are two
> - the first contains an image with our tool with a model of Pharo loaded in it, so
you can play with our tool on pharo itself. It can be downloaded here:
. Pay attention, the image is slow.
> - the second contains the same thing without the model of Pharo. Here, you have to
load your code, then populate a moose model and use the tool. It can be downloaded here:
> The two archives contain the tutorial and the survey. If you are a pharo integrator,
we suggest you to take the one with Pharo model loaded, else the other.
> To use our tool, load your tool in Pharo. Then do "MoosePanel open", and
import your software in Moose by "import from Smalltalk image". When it is
imported, select your project in the list on the left of MoosePanel, and select "all
model packages" on the list on center.
> Then, you have two choices:
> - you can scan all your project: right click on "all model packages" and do
> - or select "all model packages" then select some packages in the next list
and right click, do DSM.
> After that, you can perform the survey (with reading of the tutorial). We need your
answers for the end of August. So, you have two months to do it.
> If you have any question, just let me know.
> Best regards,
> Jannik Laval
> PhD Student - Rmod Team - INRIA
> Certified Project Management Associate (IPMA)