I would like to know if you are thinking about reorganizing the
so that we can
- remove stuff that is not working ex: CDScreenShotMorph
- have a layered architecture
so that we can unload package parts
I wasn't thinking about it, but sounds good. What do you mean by "a layered
BTW, if I remember well, CDScreenShotMorph was touched about a month ago,
and I tested it as the contributor of the code said (was it Jerome?), and
everything looked fine... Let me take a look.
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Subject: [Morphic] Some feedback about the package organization
> hi guys
> I would like to know if you are thinking about reorganizing the Morphic
> so that we can
> - remove stuff that is not working ex: CDScreenShotMorph
> - have a layered architecture
> so that we can unload package parts
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> Hi Stef,
> I wasn't thinking about it, but sounds good. What do you mean by "a
> layered architecture"?
instead of two big packages Morphic and Morphic Extras
I would like to have
(If we want we can have then another Packages named Morphic that only
contains (no code)
but just the other packages as required packages. I think that this
is the best way to manage configLine of entities
changing together. This way refactoring or cleaning Morphic would imply:
loading the map and saving it and its package at once but still make
sure that we can remove part. but for now we do not
really need to worry about that.)
As an example...
The idea would be that we can remove as much as possible
and only load what we want:
for example some packages such as LedMorph are excellent and well-
self contained and coherent
while other are just a bag of stuff and other have lot of reference
to other packages
> BTW, if I remember well, CDScreenShotMorph was touched about a
> month ago, and I tested it as the contributor of the code said (was
> it Jerome?), and everything looked fine... Let me take a look.
For this one, I would put it into the
> I would like to have
Fine for me.
I start downloading Squeak3.9a-6720.
I try to see if the Graphviz package what I help for Mac works, and do class
diagrams as I do long time ago.
Think what a picture worth , so we could see how the existent classes could
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