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Re: Using the debugger

No, it was my fault (sorry - I messed up ContextInspectorView, when adding new stuff to the fieldList). With access to our public CVS repository, you should be able to find the changes in vsn 1.80 of libtool/ContextInspectorView. (be aware, that the public repository is only rsync'd once a night (af...
by cgittinger
11. Mar 2013, 23:06
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Using the debugger
Replies: 6
Views: 22732

Re: Smalltalk/X on Windows 7 x64

Update:
I am working on a real 64bit version...
by cgittinger
11. Mar 2013, 19:40
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Smalltalk/X on Windows 7 x64
Replies: 3
Views: 7995

Status Updates

a short overview of what is about to come or already in the queue for the next release(s)... Compilers / MSVC ST/X can now also be built using a Microsoft Visual C-compiler (such as the Express, or a Pro edition). Although it builds and runs the self test suite, I'd still like to test-run it for a l...
by cgittinger
11. Mar 2013, 19:33
 
Forum: Future
Topic: Status Updates
Replies: 3
Views: 14904

Re: Teapot Demo: various questions and one solution

Thanks for the patience going through all the trouble. You're right: the old GL stuff has not been updated for a long time and is actually not really working/supported any longer - I should have removed it from the demo-menus (actually, I did, but only in the windows versions...). You are now much b...
by cgittinger
10. May 2010, 13:16
 
Forum: Troubleshooting
Topic: Teapot Demo: various questions and one solution
Replies: 1
Views: 5140

Re: Seaside port

NO, I'm very sorry: the current version of st/x does not support continuations; I have started some support in the VM, but it is not yet finished/working. Until then, you could try to use seaside without continuations (I think the newest seaside release can be operated without, with the limitation t...
by cgittinger
10. May 2010, 13:05
 
Forum: Troubleshooting
Topic: Seaside port
Replies: 1
Views: 5399

Re: Linux stx-546 alternative PDF viewer

thanks for the hint.
let me add, that you can also put that stuff into your "private.rc", so you'll get that automatically added with the next cold start.

regards,
Claus
by cgittinger
13. Jan 2010, 11:54
 
Forum: Troubleshooting
Topic: Linux stx-546 alternative PDF viewer
Replies: 2
Views: 7509

Re: OpenGL examples are not available any more ?

Hi Marten (is it you ?), I no longer include all the very old GL stuff (the non-openGL) from the stoneages (which was never running under win32, btw.). If you need it, the C-code is still found under support/GL (so make there), and the ST-interface is in libview (GLWorkstation). OpenGL: you should h...
by cgittinger
13. Jan 2010, 11:50
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: OpenGL examples are not available any more ?
Replies: 2
Views: 6115

Re: design question

let me give you something for discussion (some may start bashing on me...). There are multiple ways of doing it, with increasing flexibility and possibly decreasing readability. 1) Case Switch Let's start with the simplest, and easiest to understand (however, every "real OO-programmer" wil...
by cgittinger
23. Dec 2009, 18:13
 
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: design question
Replies: 2
Views: 7558

Re: How to share own building blocks between projects

Notice, that our definition of "importing" a library is slightly different from what you might think: in order to avoid the "dll hell" of microsoft programs which, when a new dll is installed, may cease to work properly, our import-function actually copies the library into your p...
by cgittinger
22. Dec 2009, 17:26
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: How to share own building blocks between projects
Replies: 2
Views: 5864

Re: PersistencyManager bug?

John, could you please, just to make sure that I've uploaded the correct dll (which I am pretty sure to have :? ) try a cold start without image and without autoloading (i.e. "stx -I --quick") and there, fileIn the dll "Smalltalk fileIn:'...' " or click-and-fileIn in the fileBrow...
by cgittinger
21. Dec 2009, 19:22
 
Forum: Troubleshooting
Topic: PersistencyManager bug?
Replies: 8
Views: 15475
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