Finish this experiment today. Now completion is perfectly integrated with the Spec+Gtk backend (and we can plug any completion engine we want) :) #Pharo
Last #esug Marcus Denker have a very interesting talk about open source and infinite games. Here the slides: https://www.slideshare.net/mobile/MarcusDenker/opensource-an-infinite-game
Pharo is moving away from representing instance variables and methods as strings. Instead, they're more powerful objects! https://www.slideshare.net/mobile/MarcusDenker/lecture-27685035
This enables autogenerating accessors, ORM style relationships, and easier static analysis of methods.
... and now we integrated Roassal2 (http://agilevisualization.com/AgileVisualization/Roassal/0104-Roassal.html) into #Pharo with the new #Gtk backend!
In #Pharo we are working on our Gtk3 backend (will be available for public consumption soon). Now we started to adapt our graphics libraries, starting from the base: Trachel (http://agilevisualization.com/AgileVisualization/Trachel/0103-Trachel.html).
It is starting to look good:
The slides of my presentation today at PharoDayes 2009 "Spec 2.0, the next step on UI" https://www.slideshare.net/EstebanLM/spec-20
We released Pharo 7.0!
Looking for a cool linux distribution for a desktop machine. One that I can use to develop and debug @pharoproject and its VM.
What do you guys recommend?
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