I'm forcing myself not to touch pharo or moose and read papers and write papers....
but tomorrow I want to see that.
On Jan 18, 2010, at 4:17 PM, Simon Denier wrote:
Can you provide a screenshot?
I already did an update this morning and I dont want to do another one now :)
Anyway, I really like the new look of the Moose finder with tabs, and the return of the
custom selection in the list widget. We should also move more things in the toolbar (like
initialize meta-descriptions or browse meta). Last week was good: we broke some cyclic
dependencies using DSM and Orion (which also starts to look nice), the Package blueprint
is now back (even if it's a first version)...
On 18 janv. 2010, at 16:02, Tudor Girba wrote:
> I am happy to announce a new feature in Glamour in the form of the Accumulator
browser. This browser is an implicit one that just takes the input entity and creates a
new pane for it. It is called an Accumulator, because it accumulates panes as you provide
a new input. These panes are then displayed as tabs.
> A complementary feature is in a new way bundle transmissions are passed around. You
can pass it like before with andShow:, or you can do it with andShowWithoutOverride:.
It's not a very nice name, but the idea is that it only transmits the presentation if
the same presentations were not already found in the target pane.
> Using Accumulator you can now emulate browsers that behave like the Eclipse central
pane. An example can be found here:
> GLMBasicExamples new accumulator openOn: 42.
> This feature is now also used in the MooseFinder and MoosePanel. If you open the
Panel and select a model, you open it in a new tab. From the Finder, if you double click
on an item in a list you get it in a new tab.
> I hope you like it.
> "The coherence of a trip is given by the clearness of the goal."
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