Thanks a lot. I needed an expert advice. Now I can proceed smoothly by
writing the code myself. If at all something like UIPainter was there
then I will be wasting my time to describe each and every button by
One more thing.As I was using VW I think I got a bit lazy so if there is
any tools or parcels awailable in squeak that u constantly use to make
things better pls suggest the same to me...
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Damien Cassou
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 1:35 AM
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Subject: Re: UI in Squeak
2007/5/31, G R, Thushar <thushar.g-r(a)hp.com>om>:
I was previously workin in VisualWorks and now I have
squeak.Finding it very difficult to adjust with the lack of adequate
and developing evironment in Squeak.Visualworks was
could any one tell me if there is anything like a
tried Tweak but it needs hell lot of unnessasary
coding to even open a
or to add some widgets to it.pls give me your
I don't think there is a tool like UIPainter. However, we have two
great frameworks: ToolBuilder and OmniBrowser.
The first one is able to draw anything whereas the second is meant to
implement browsers of any kind (code browser, file browser...).
These frameworks are really easy to use. For ToolBuilder, I advise you
to have a look at the class TestRunner which is build on top of it.
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