[Pharo-project] Feedback on Nautilus

Alexandre Bergel alexandre.bergel at me.com
Wed May 25 18:55:08 CEST 2011


Hi!

* What the icon means?
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* Can I add a number of packages (based on regular expression?) to a group in one click? Have a look at the 'promote categories' command in OB. It is a bit boring to have to look for a particular package, especially when they are alphabetically ordered. 

* What can be interesting, is to separate system packages from user packages, as it is done in many IDE. Currently, my packages Spy-* are represented the same way than Kernel. Putting system packages below user packages would improve the situation I feel. Maybe an option to not show system packages would be better.

* Nautilus does not seem to work. (Only Nautilus2 does). I open Nautilus and clicking on a package opens an error. Maybe it will be better on one unique browser. This will make your life easier. Just focus on the one you use everyday. 

* The command "Add in Group ... " raises a DNU.

Cheers,
Alexandre
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