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Fuel on VSE

Henrik Høyer
I didn't attend ESUG this year, and was wondering if any of you guys attended the presentation of the FUEL serializer, and if you have made any thoughts on porting this project to VSE. We currently use the Standard VSE ObjectFiler, and are always looking for performance improvements - and FUEL looks interesting.

More info on FUEL:
http://rmod.lille.inria.fr/web/pier/software/Fuel


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Re: Fuel on VSE

Carlos E. Ferro
On 30/09/2011 11:06, Henrik Høyer wrote:
I didn't attend ESUG this year, and was wondering if any of you guys attended the presentation of the FUEL serializer, and if you have made any thoughts on porting this project to VSE. 
I did not attend, but I have thought about that and I would be interested on porting it.
Currently, I am studying the project.

We currently use the Standard VSE ObjectFiler, and are always looking for performance improvements - and FUEL looks interesting.
Yes, it seems promising.
But note that ObjectFiler is very powerful in its support for "migration" from older versions. It has mappings for class names, instance variables and so on... I think Fuel provides some hooks where you can do that, but don't think it has something so mature, complete and enginereed for that.
Most likely, I would port on  first stage and then do some kind of mixture...
But (sad for you) it's a hobby/research project and I don't have any deadline. So, don't hold your breath.
More info on FUEL:
http://rmod.lille.inria.fr/web/pier/software/Fuel

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Re: Fuel on VSE

Francisco Garau
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We are trying to port it to VW and Felix  has got the parcel files already - not all test pass, though.

- Francisco


On 30 Sep 2011, at 15:06, Henrik Høyer <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I didn't attend ESUG this year, and was wondering if any of you guys attended the presentation of the FUEL serializer, and if you have made any thoughts on porting this project to VSE. We currently use the Standard VSE ObjectFiler, and are always looking for performance improvements - and FUEL looks interesting.
>
> More info on FUEL:
> http://rmod.lille.inria.fr/web/pier/software/Fuel
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Re: Fuel on VSE

Henrik Høyer
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Hi Carlos

 

Let me know when you get to a point where we could collaborate on the project.

 


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From: Using Visual Smalltalk for Windows/Enterprise [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Carlos E. Ferro
Sent: 30. september 2011 16:27
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Subject: Re: Fuel on VSE

 

On 30/09/2011 11:06, Henrik Høyer wrote:

I didn't attend ESUG this year, and was wondering if any of you guys attended the presentation of the FUEL serializer, and if you have made any thoughts on porting this project to VSE. 

I did not attend, but I have thought about that and I would be interested on porting it.
Currently, I am studying the project.


We currently use the Standard VSE ObjectFiler, and are always looking for performance improvements - and FUEL looks interesting.

Yes, it seems promising.
But note that ObjectFiler is very powerful in its support for "migration" from older versions. It has mappings for class names, instance variables and so on... I think Fuel provides some hooks where you can do that, but don't think it has something so mature, complete and enginereed for that.
Most likely, I would port on  first stage and then do some kind of mixture...
But (sad for you) it's a hobby/research project and I don't have any deadline. So, don't hold your breath.

More info on FUEL:
http://rmod.lille.inria.fr/web/pier/software/Fuel

 

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[S8] on Smalltalking

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Smalltalking (http://www.smalltalking.net) is proud to inform

that Project S8 is going to be hosted by our organization.

 

What license have S8?

The software "S8" will be released under MIT License

http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php

 

Why Smalltalking?

 

-The years we've been involved in OT and Smalltalk is

 a key value for anyone looking for a long term support.

 

-We believe that the years we've been doing Smalltalking

 serve as warranty of persistence for S8 and related projects

 and will help to define a healthy community of developers

 using S8 in a social development context.

 

-Smalltalking sponsors and regulates the activity that

 is formulated in a social context, with an open number

 of derivative works based on the same platform.

 

Are you and/or your company interested?

Want to participate or sponsor development?

 

Currently we are working on all aspects of first release of

 the S8 software and the organization to support open social

 development. So we have not yet released a collaborative

 system (nor how to register). If you are interested in

 collaborating in any way, please send us an email with

 contact information to info@...

 ( name, email, skype, topics of interest ).

 

Thanks in advance,

Leonardo De Marco

Smalltalking secretary

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Re: [S8] on Smalltalking

Claus Kick
Hello,

why not approaching STIC?

-- 
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"Wenn Sie mich suchen: Ich halte mich in der Nähe des Wahnsinns auf. 
Genauer gesagt auf der schmalen Linie zwischen Wahnsinn und Panik. 
Gleich um die Ecke von Todesangst, nicht weit weg von Irrwitz und Idiotie."

"If you are looking for me: I am somewhere near to lunacy. 
More clearly, on the narrow path between lunacy and panic. 
Right around the corner of  fear of death, 
not far away from idiocy and insanity."


Von: "Leo De Marco" <[hidden email]>
Gesendet: 04.10.2011 20:09:53
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Betreff: [VSWE-L] [S8] on Smalltalking

Smalltalking (http://www.smalltalking.net) is proud to inform

that Project S8 is going to be hosted by our organization.

 

What license have S8?

The software "S8" will be released under MIT License

http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php

 

Why Smalltalking?

 

-The years we've been involved in OT and Smalltalk is

 a key value for anyone looking for a long term support.

 

-We believe that the years we've been doing Smalltalking

 serve as warranty of persistence for S8 and related projects

 and will help to define a healthy community of developers

 using S8 in a social development context.

 

-Smalltalking sponsors and regulates the activity that

 is formulated in a social context, with an open number

 of derivative works based on the same platform.

 

Are you and/or your company interested?

Want to participate or sponsor development?

 

Currently we are working on all aspects of first release of

 the S8 software and the organization to support open social

 development. So we have not yet released a collaborative

 system (nor how to register). If you are interested in

 collaborating in any way, please send us an email with

 contact information to info@...

 ( name, email, skype, topics of interest ).

 

Thanks in advance,

Leonardo De Marco

Smalltalking secretary

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