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Re: [Help-smalltalk] Announcing Shampoo: a set of tools for remote Small
Re: [Help-smalltalk] Announcing Shampoo: a set of tools for remote Smalltalk development with Emacs
Wed, 24 Oct 2012 10:45:45 +0300
The class/method search is planned in the future versions.
Currently I am working on fileouts, class/method removals and improving the
On Oct 23, 2012 7:21 PM, "Tim Käck" <address@hidden> wrote:
> Thank you *very* much. As so many other do I use Emacs for most of my
> development and the smalltalk mode is
> not bad but I have been thinking if I should try to get it working with
> CEDET/Semantic or at least with auto-complete-mode and something alike what
> the Go emacs community is using; gocode.
> You've solved a lot of this by creating a smalltalk proper environment
> with a class browser, workspaces etc.
> Now, one question - a browser is nice since you can drill down class ->
> method, do you have any plans to add method/class search or perhaps some
> intellisense/code completion?
> At Sat, 20 Oct 2012 20:51:00 +0300,
> Dmitry Matveev wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I haven't posted anything in this list for a long time, but now it is
> > a great reason to come back :_
> > Finally I've published my long-time project - Shampoo - a Emacs mode
> > and a set of image-side servers providing Smalltalk development
> > environment.
> > The project was initially written with GNU Smalltalk and then ported on
> > Syntax highlighting and faces for the Emacs mode were adopted from the
> > GNU Smalltalk's smalltalk-mode.el.
> > The goal of the project was to provide a SLIME/SWANK-like
> > functionality for Smalltalk.
> > Downloads, installation information and manuals are available on the
> > project's page:
> > http://dmitrymatveev.co.uk/shampoo/
> > Have fun,
> > Dmitry
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