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Re: Test Report - Using Variables in Activity Name

Very good idea; I have added the following name expansions: %(STATE): result state (SUCCESS, FAIL, PASSED or INCONC) %(input-pin-name) and %(output-pin-name) the expansions are only seen in the log (not in the network). it will be in the next release V1.6; here is how it looks: [img]sample1.jpg[/img...
by cgittinger
20. Dec 2008, 03:04
 
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Test Report - Using Variables in Activity Name
Replies: 2
Views: 9104

Re: Test Execution - Log in reverse order

that is so obvious, that we should be ashamed of not having thought about that... I'll see if we can add it to 1.6, but maybe it needs a deeper look as it could require a non-local change in case somewhere in the code, the line indices are needed/used. I'll keep you informed... regards, Claus (As an...
by cgittinger
20. Dec 2008, 03:11
 
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Test Execution - Log in reverse order
Replies: 2
Views: 7565

Re: Test Wrapper

Hi, TestWrapper is the name of the internal "test-compound" network. The test Tab in a Compound or Elementary block editor is used to test and/or demonstrate the usage of a block. It is typically used as a kind of executable documentation example. Also, it can be used as a place to put tes...
by cgittinger
22. Dec 2008, 22:05
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Test Wrapper
Replies: 1
Views: 6706

Re: exitStatus: 1 - Failure

Sorry, but I am a bit confused - in which context did you encounter this error message ? Are you referring to the exitStatus of the expecco executable (if you run it from the command line) or some status of an executed activity block ? The exitStatus of the executable (in a cmd-window, type "ex...
by cgittinger
22. Dec 2008, 22:07
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: exitStatus: 1 - Failure
Replies: 1
Views: 6698

Re: Smalltalk/X on OpenSolaris and 64 bit

How much do you need the OpenSolaris port (it would technically not be much of a problem, but someone has to set up a VM, install the OS etc.) SO it would be maybe half a day of work or so here... A 64bit port is very likely to appear soon - actually we already have a lot of stuff ready for 64bit, d...
by cgittinger
15. Jan 2009, 13:20
 
Forum: Wishlist
Topic: Smalltalk/X on OpenSolaris and 64 bit
Replies: 4
Views: 14727

Re: Extending the UIPainter ?

By the way, something that might be very inspiring for some of you: we do have a customer (Werner - are you reading this ?) who created an Editor for Factory-Control and Process-Monitoring GUIs (the stuff you see in the plants, with blinking valves, pipes, switches and so on). He subclassed the GUI ...
by cgittinger
15. Jan 2009, 14:15
 
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: Extending the UIPainter ?
Replies: 3
Views: 11134

Re: XTerm dynamic title - ST/X Window titles

Another helpful goody is the window-title of Smalltalk/X views, which can be changed in the settings-viewstyle dialog (the "Window-Label-Format" field). When I have multiple views from multiple hosts on my screen (using XWindow), I often get confused, which browser is from which machine. B...
by cgittinger
7. Mar 2009, 10:53
 
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: XTerm dynamic title
Replies: 1
Views: 5458

Re: Extending the UIPainter ?

...and, you will also find a modified UIPainter in our "expecco" product (pro version). There, you can create UIs and use them as steps of an activity diagram. In this setup, we have changed the UI-editor to connect widget value-holders to input- and output pins of an activity diagrams act...
by cgittinger
7. Mar 2009, 10:57
 
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: Extending the UIPainter ?
Replies: 3
Views: 11134

Getting Started

I have got a number of questions on how to start getting to know smalltalk and especially st/x. I admit, that it may be quite hard to get a system like that to know easily - our resources in writing documentation are limited, so for many questions, the old answer "use the source, luke" sti...
by cgittinger
28. Apr 2009, 12:02
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Getting Started
Replies: 0
Views: 3872

Re: SQLServer

here is an excerpt from some real world code: ... session := SQL::ODBCSession new. session connectWithUsername:user password:password dbname:database. ... statement := session newStatementFor:('SHOW TABLES LIKE ''%1'';' bindWith:tableName). cursor := statement execute. [ cursor next notNil ] whileTr...
by cgittinger
29. Apr 2009, 22:10
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: SQLServer
Replies: 10
Views: 36411
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