[squeak-dev] Re: Menu Registries

Hannes Hirzel hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Tue Apr 27 15:08:06 UTC 2010

Thank you Sean for pointing out this important fact.

On 4/27/10, Sean P. DeNigris <sean at clipperadams.com> wrote:
> Pharo 1.1 uses annotations for both preferences and the world menu.
> It would be very nice (for both forks) if we could be compatible on such a
> fundamental piece of integration with the system, so that projects,
> especially tools, will not have to manage platform-specific code for both
> forks (I've already run into this with SSpec and my own projects).
> Of course, not at the expense of coming up with something that blows the
> approach out of the water, but why not lean toward compatibility and make
> everyone's lives easier.
> Also, it seems like all these points would have been thought of when Pharo
> implemented.  And, more importantly, the users have some experience with
> using the annotation approach.
> I'll post a link to this thread to the pharo project list.
> Sean
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