Hi Alex,

Le 07/04/2018 à 17:48, Aliaksei Syrel a écrit :

Here is a link to a report about their experience with Pharo:

There definitely exist things that should be improved. It is a pity when tiny “minor” issues leave such an unpleasant aftertaste.

Some of them are, sadly, quite unacceptable, IMHO.

I would really dream of a stable, correctly interruptible (i.e. a Cmd-. that really works), limited Pharo core. That would help development so significantly and allow more experiments.

I solve that by making stuff that distance itself as much as possible from a lot of the Pharo stuff that evolves far too much, far too fast to be relied upon (widgets, graphics, editors), and I'm looking forward to building a limited(*) image with just and only the things I rely on.

One of the thing I need is a CI that triggers both on my code releases and any Pharo update (including the stable ones) since even stable releases may change core APIs.

Anyway, there are lovers and haters of every language.

That I can agree with :)

Some people even give dislikes to videos on YouTube that show how veterinarians heal cats...

All the best



(*) I did try with the minimal image, and the tools are clearly limiting.

On Sat, 7 Apr 2018 at 17:27, Stephane Ducasse <stepharo.s...@gmail.com <mailto:stepharo.s...@gmail.com>> wrote:

    I tend to not care about people pissing on me via a pseudo. This is
    too easy and too microscopic to have any value.
    Thanks Philippe, Luke and Ben because you use your real names.

    On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 2:07 PM, Esteban Lorenzano
    <esteba...@gmail.com <mailto:esteba...@gmail.com>> wrote:
     > Hi,
     > yesterday someone posted an article on HN about the Pharo MOOC
    and there has
     > been some negative posts there.
     > I would like to call people who can have the time to answer there
    and help
     > to explain better and also contribute to contest that FUD
    someones (we know
     > who they are… sames as always) are spreading.
     > here the link : https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16754872
     > (this is not loosing time, people searching for Pharo will likely
    see this
     > kind of messages… at least we need to offer our point of view)
     > cheers!
     > Esteban


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