[Pharo-project] [Pharo-users] New feature in Nautilus
Mariano Martinez Peck
marianopeck at gmail.com
Mon Aug 6 11:10:57 CEST 2012
On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 11:06 AM, Stéphane Ducasse <stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
> this is gorgeous :)
> simply gorgeous.
> This opens a lot of possibilities.
> > I hope you will enjoy it, and as usual if you have cool ideas, let me
> know ;)
> of course I do :)
> - I imagine that we will be able to have multiple methods not
> compiled so the red border/corner should be more important.
> - Now may be when a method is pinned down we should get a slight
> grey background.
> - right clicking on a method could open and pin automatically a
> - I should try it.
> one important point is to now where a free (non pinned
> method will show up)
> - may be we should use the coral syntax for methods
> or add decoration so that we know in which class the method
> belongs to
> because the help text is not that efficient to show the location
- I would also love different display layouts to choose: horizontal,
vertical, rows/columns, etc :)
> - may be t would be good to have a way not to open extra methods when we
> have already 3 or 4 but to replace a free one.
> > Hello guys :)
> > I just wanted to show you the new feature I just finished to implement
> into Nautilus: the multi methods edition
> > http://dl.dropbox.com/u/24369478/MultiMethods.mov
> > The video is quite short (1min) but it will be integrated soon in the
> image so ;)
> > Some explanation:
> > - now you can "pin" a text area, it will "freeze" the context, so
> you can edit it and save it without problems
> > - you can have a many as wanted
> > - the scroll pane is a bit clever to always keep the maximum size
> for the current edition (but there are splitters, so you can set it as you
> > - you can "unpin" a text area, and it closes it (to add: check if
> there are pending changes)
> > - the glitch about the color is the video has been fixed already
> (but I am too lazy to make another video ^^)
> > - the frozen area get a help text which tells the method the
> source code comes from
> > - the corresponding button have the same help text
> > - clicking on the button jump to the method
> > Ben
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