I'd say yes. But countingTextMorph and PluggableTextMorph hierarchies,
Squeak seems to have 14 classes for text morphs. (Cuis has only 3) I
have no idea of what these 14 classes are, and for which of them may
TextModelMorph be a good replacement.
Look at TextModelMorph and TextModel in Cuis. I think they are rather
easy to understand.
H. Hirzel wrote:
> TextMorph is a subclass of RectangleMorph in Squeak
> In Cuis we have a
> within the following class hierarchy (Cuis)
> TextModelMorph allSuperclasses
> an OrderedCollection(PluggableScrollPane PluggableMorph
> BorderedRectMorph RectangleLikeMorph Morph Object ProtoObject)
> Is TextModelMorph the right class to take to port TextMorph from Squeak?
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