In cases where there is an MASelectorAccessor, I'd like to make the default
label = `the accessor capitalized unCamelCased`. It seems the overwhelmingly
common use case is `... #accessor: #dateCreated; #label: 'Date Created'`.
The current behavior is
^ self propertyAt: #label ifAbsent: [ self class defaultLabel ]
Is anyone using (or can state a plausible use case for) this
subclass-customizable class-side #defaultLabel?
If no one is relying on the existing behavior, I'll make the change...
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is there any photo gallery available for Pier? I mean a widget where I
could upload pictures and they are rendered in a nice way. I started
one 4 years ago but I abandoned it.
Quoting from http://sdmeta.gforge.inria.fr/Teaching/Lille/0910-MetaModelisation/07-08-... section 4.1:
The Adaptive- Model has two instance variables, the first being used to refer to the descriptions of the instance and the other one to keep a list of the actual values of the model. Transforming the class of the adaptive model into a Trait  allows us turn any existing class into an adaptive model and to combine the descriptions defined in the class with the ones provided by the instance.
I cannot find this trait. Does it exist in magritte? I see MAAdaptiveModel, but I am indeed trying to add adaptivity to a class, and am struggling with it
Hello all. It’s been a long time since I contributed to a smalltalk project, but I’d like to start again.
I’m developing a complex website based on Pier and Magritte: https://fiberhood.nl
Even though I’ve barely started, I’ve already found several things to fix in Pier and Magritte, and would like to submit my fixes back upstream. How should I do that? I assume I don’t have commit access to http://www.smalltalkhub.com/#!/~Magritte and http://www.smalltalkhub.com/#!/~Pier , although I don’t really know how to tell. I’m used to squeaksource, where it plainly says Global: Read or Global: Read and Write
My username on smalltalkhub is tapple: http://www.smalltalkhub.com/#!/~tapple