[Pharo-project] Introspection on saved image file

Tudor Girba tudor.girba at gmail.com
Fri Nov 5 01:54:11 CET 2010


Hi Yossi,

From the brief description it does look like Moose can offer several parts that might be of interest. 

The best way to ask for information or help regarding Moose is on the Moose mailing list:
http://www.moosetechnology.org/about/contact

Cheers,
Doru


On 5 Nov 2010, at 00:13, YossiDM wrote:

> 
> Stéphane,
> 
> Yes, we are definitely going to use Moose at some point and I have spent
> some time with it, but it is lower on our list of priorities. Not because
> there is anything bad about Moose, but rather we are trying to be pragmatic
> about our development scope. Moose is really extensive which is a good
> thing, but our original goal has already gotten far too ambitious in that we
> were doing introspection for learning, but now it's developing into a huge
> project on its own. I'll go into this later.
> 
> The other piece is that we're looking to do a lot from a web interface and I
> know the models are applicable from Moose, but I am not so sure about all
> the visualizations (perhaps the models to generate the visualizations for
> sure). We are also looking at Glamour in conjunction with all of this.
> 
> I think it will help to explain what we're doing and why and then maybe you
> can make recommendations based on your experiences. I'll start a new thread
> so as not to go off on a huge tangent. Thanks.
> 
> 
> Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
>> 
>> Yossi did you try Moose?
>> Because moose is a softare analysis platform to build browser and
>> dashboards :)
>> We are working on making sure that Moose built on pharo can analyse pharo
>> itself. This is working
>> but we want to make sure that we can running Moose 4.1 in pharo 1.2
>> analysing pharo 1.3 unstable.
>> 
> 
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