[Glass] [Moose-dev] [ann] gt4gemstone

Mariano Martinez Peck via Glass glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Tue May 2 16:00:37 PDT 2017

Hi Doru,

That's very cool! I am on vacation now so I don't have much time to take a
deeper look.
Quick questions:
1) is this using the CGI FFI port I did for Pharo 5 UFFI?
2) Which pharo and gemstone versions are supported? Does this work for
Pharo 5.0 and GemStone 3.3.3 ?


On Tue, May 2, 2017 at 6:29 PM, Tudor Girba <tudor at tudorgirba.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> feenk.com is proud to announce gt4gemstone, a version of the Glamorous
> Toolkit aimed at supporting remote development with GemStone/S from Pharo.
> gt4gemstone is released as an open-source project under the MIT license and
> was built primarily by Andrei Chis with some marginal contributions from me.
> The project is hosted at:
>         https://github.com/feenkcom/gt4gemstone
> The toolkit currently offers several features:
>         • Remote Playground
>         • Remote Inspector with extensions that can be coded exactly like
> the ones in Pharo
>         • Remote Debugger with mixed stacks (Pharo and GemStone)
>         • Basic Remote Code Browser
>         • Remote Session Handler
>         • Integration with Roassal
>         • A Glamour-specific proxy model for efficient serialization of
> Glamour presentations
>         • A basic proxy model for working with any remote objects from
> GemStone
> One particular aspect that we focused on is performance. So much so, that
> at one point inspecting objects in gt4gemstone was faster than doing them
> locally. In the meantime, the GT inspector from Pharo also received an
> upgrade.
> But, perhaps the most exciting thing about this project is that most
> extensions of the inspector can be expressed exactly in the same way both
> in Pharo and in GemStone, and this makes the scenario of building in Pharo
> and deploying in GemStone even more appealing.
> The official announcement with some extra details can be found here:
>         http://www.humane-assessment.com/blog/introducing-gt4gemstone/
> Cheers,
> Tudor
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