Finish this experiment today. Now completion is perfectly integrated with the Spec+Gtk backend (and we can plug any completion engine we want) :)

News in the backend for @pharoproject : Now playing with event handling in the Gtk<->Morphic bridge ! (PluggableButtonMorphs and SimpleButtonMorphs interacting, here)

In 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 (agilevisualization.com/AgileVi).
It is starting to look good:

Some screenshots of what you can now do with Spec 2.0 and its new Gtk3 backend (3/3) : A MUD client in macOS

Some screenshots of what you can now do with Spec 2.0 and its new Gtk3 backend (2/3) : The new Pharo Launcher app on Win10 and macOS

Some screenshots of what you can now do with Spec 2.0 and its new Gtk3 backend (1/3) : A small code editor on Win10 and macOS

En rojo, los países donde el aborto es ilegal/clandestino (NOTA: En blanco, los países que los que rechazaron la legalización llaman "serios" y quieren imitar).

RT @danielwithmusic@twitter.com Love this quote from Ruby on Rails doctrine, it’s one I try to follow. t.co/MFnstNeKXy

RT @olbesancenot@twitter.com C’était donc lui ! 😉 Joyeux noël

RT @mismondiolas@twitter.com: Voy a dejar esto acá pues nunca sobra.

RT @volpe_juanc@twitter.com: no se ustedes pero yo no vi esta foto en casi ningún medio

I just need a twit with media for a test. Please ignore this :)

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