we browse a bit the code with mathieu and this is really strange.
ifFalse: [self patchLiteralArraySymbolToken ]]])
[^self parserError: #InvalidToken << #browser >> 'Invalid token']
each of the expression above returns true
patchLiteralArraySymbolToken returns a boolean
and still we get this nonBoolean problem.
May be we should report that to vwnc.
Ricky do you have the time to create a test case that show that this
is not a Moose problem
On Apr 21, 2008, at 2:46 PM, Tudor Girba wrote:
I noticed this problem too. There seems to be a problem with the
Refactoring Browser not liking the MSE format. So, the importer chokes
with the methods that have MSE arrays.
I could not figure out a solution, though.
On Apr 21, 2008, at 2:20 PM, Richard Wettel wrote:
> I am trying to import a model from the Smalltalk image and it does
> work. I tried importing several bundles/packages (MooseDevelopment,
> for example). This probably has to do with the new VW7.6. What I get
> is a:
> NonBoolean receiver exception, in Refactory.Browser.RBParser
> However, some of the bundles/packages work, such as the
> EyeSeeDevelopment bundle. The import from MSE works fine. And I also
> imported a couple of small namespaces, without problems
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