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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Rereading "Magritte – A Meta-Driven Approach to Empower Developers and End
Users", I found the following very interesting passage on page 5:
> Magritte does not provide specific functionality to describe behavioral
> aspects, such as operations, their parameters and return values [17,9].
> This is not necessary, as methods in Smalltalk are objects that can be
> described as any other object. Then using the reflective facilities it is
> possible to retrieve a list of invokable method sends (first class method
> invocations) that are available on a particular class. On request these
> methods can be invoked with arguments provided by end users.
Can anyone provide or point to an example of the above in actual use? It is
very intriguing but I'm not clear how one would go about implementing it!
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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.