What is the input you take to generate magritte?
Lionel would like to have a kind of Crud on top of Pharo and it would be
good for business.
Le 18/10/16 à 18:07, Hernán Morales Durand a écrit :
2016-10-18 9:35 GMT-03:00 Lionel Akue <lionela...@gmail.com
We had the same idea :)
Let me know if we can join forces to speed uo things.
The first requirements I wrote was to generate Spec UI directly.
But I rather chose to make Magritte compatible with Spec.
So from the Magritte description, we could generate Spec, Seaside ...
The CodeGenerator I wrote already generates Magritte code. If you load
it in Pharo 5
smalltalkhubUser: 'hernan' project: 'CodeGenerator';
Have a look at the usage examples:
If you have suggestions I would like to read.
2016-10-18 14:20 GMT+02:00 Peter Uhnak <i.uh...@gmail.com
I wrote some time ago two basic code generators (both in
Pharo) from UML-ified FAMIX for a particular user (so there
are some domain-specific patterns),
one for Pharo syntax (
and one for VW syntax (
(the code is here
The most pain I had was with expressing templateable code to
which I could just plug specific data, I wanted to look at QVT
but didn't have the time yet.
But it would be interesting to see if your generator could
address such issues; plus soon I want to iterate on my
generators to have more live interaction (so the code is
generated on the fly as the model is created, although I am
using Pharo Refactoring engine for now, which is also quite
Addionally, Lionel (in cc) is working on some meta system
generating classes with magritte descriptions.
So it would be cool if we could have some really cool
generator that could do many cool things. :)
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 02:24:28AM -0300, Hernán Morales
> Hi guys,
> I am writing a code generator, doing a few iterations right now.
> I want your opinion, which most useful thing would you like
to be generated
> automatically? It could be a pattern, an idiom, another
> For example my own wish (roadmap) list:
> - A "settings framework" settings class generator.
> - A state machine generator (based in the excellent paper of
> - A Spec UI generator.
> Let me know your thoughts.