Great addition!

Doru


> On Sep 23, 2016, at 8:25 AM, Marcus Denker <marcus.den...@inria.fr> wrote:
> 
> 
>> 
>> 19124 enhance Deprecation to log sending method 
>>      https://pharo.fogbugz.com/f/cases/19124
> 
> 
> The result of this is that now the log on the CI now exactly tells us what to 
> fix:
> (I will add issue tracker entries for each):
> 
> *** Warning: Deprecation: The method GTSpotter>>isEmpty called from 
> GTSpotterTest>>#testNewSpotter has been deprecated.
> Use hasSteps instead
> 
> *** Warning: Deprecation: The method Object>>name called from 
> KMRepository>>#addCategory: has been deprecated.
> Implement your own domain representation of an object, or use #asString or 
> #printString instead.
> 
> *** Warning: Deprecation: The method Object>>name called from 
> ClassHierarchyTest>>#testSubclasses has been deprecated.
> Implement your own domain representation of an object, or use #asString or 
> #printString instead.
> 
> *** Warning: Deprecation: The method Object>>name called from 
> BooleanSlot>>#layoutChanged: has been deprecated.
> Implement your own domain representation of an object, or use #asString or 
> #printString instead.
> 
> *** Warning: Deprecation: The method Object>>name called from 
> GlobalVariableTest>>#testSmalltalkNotDoubleSymbol has been deprecated.
> Implement your own domain representation of an object, or use #asString or 
> #printString instead.
> 
> *** Warning: Deprecation: The method Object>>name called from 
> PropertySlot>>#layoutChanged: has been deprecated.
> Implement your own domain representation of an object, or use #asString or 
> #printString instead.
> 
> *** Warning: Deprecation: The method Object>>name called from 
> UnlimitedInstanceVariableSlot>>#layoutChanged: has been deprecated.
> Implement your own domain representation of an object, or use #asString or 
> #printString instead.
> 
> *** Warning: Deprecation: The method Object>>name called from 
> ChangeSet>>#changeRecorderFor: has been deprecated.
> Implement your own domain representation of an object, or use #asString or 
> #printString instead.
> 
> 

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