Thank you for your answer. In fact, at the beginning I wanted just to
test my code directly under squeak without using a Widget.
Lukas Renggli a écrit :
> I would like to create a Widget for PIER which will generate a HTML
> by using the tree structure of PIER with a visitor. Currently I have
> created a test by creating a visitor who overloads PRViewRenderer
> -SEASIDE). Unfortunately I encounter a problem of context when I
> my app. Can you help me to understand how to create a temporary
I wonder why you need a new context for that?
If you subclass PRWidget you have the current context in 'self
context' and you can find out about the kernel by evaluating 'self
Have a look at PRTreeWidget that does something like that already. It
doesn't use a visitor, but it queries all the information you need to
start your visitor.