Re: [RDT-Dev] ***SPAM*** Re: replacing the existing 'rename' in resources view context menu

2007-04-27 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Friday 27 April 2007 16:39:04 Werner Schuster (murphee) wrote:
 When you do the Rename in the Ruby perspective, does your
 refactoringParticipant get notified?

No, unfortunately not..

 Hang on a second... when you say Java Perspective: do you mean you do
 the rename in the Package explorer? There might be something different
 there than in the Navigator.

Yes that's what I meant, sorry if I haven't made myself clear enough. 

 Ah... yes...
 BTW: a little tip: if you want to figure out how to some IDE feature, I
 like to glance at the Pydev source - it's much more straightforward than
 the JDT; the JDT is more abstract (for good reasons) which makes it
 harder to understand things.

Ok :) I'll try that too.


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Big News

2007-03-14 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Tuesday 13 March 2007 18:52:46 Christopher Williams wrote:
 We have no ability to employ full-time developers, nor do
 we really have any donations coming in to support augmentation of our work.

Have you considered contacting Aptana? Now that they took over RadRails, they 
might be interested in keeping RDT alive.. or IBM should donate something, 
I'm sure they don't want to capitulate before Sun and NetBeans!

 So, I've decided to pursue a commercial fork of RDT and RadRails. Certianly
 the aim of the project will be to make a profit, but also to help drive RDT
 forward so that we are not left behind.

What pricing model do you have in mind? Something like Textmate? I'm a linux 
user so I don't find the idea of buying software very appealing, but if you 
look at Textmate's success, that might actually work on other platforms.

 So I'm striving to stroke a good balance between the two.
 Clearly, bug fixes would be contributed to RDT. Major new code
 infrastructure would as well. And if the project takes off, I'd like to
 support a more cohesive set of websites/trac/etc for the project.

And you would work on Ruby Red alone or do you plan to 'hire' more devs?

Regards

Mirko


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Re: [RDT-Dev] about the colours

2007-02-26 Thread Mirko Stocker
Hi!

On Monday 26 February 2007 18:01:52 Kévin REDON wrote:
 It 2 spaces a standard ? from emacs perhaps ? because

Afaik, 2 spaces is standard in Ruby..

 it's not a standard for Eclipse/Java users.
 - the colour syntax has a problem with the characters / and % :
 see attachement

Yeah, that's a know issue, the coloring has a lot of bugs (e.g. with 
here-documents too) we should try to fix. Maybe for the 1.0 release?

@the other developers: If someone can provide me with some hints how to do an 
AST based coloring, I'd be glad to look at it. Especially the problems with 
here documents are frustrating me...

And something offtopic, we had a discussion in the office today about sending 
signed mails to mailinglists.. do I annoy anyone with that? What do you 
think?


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Re: [RDT-Dev] RDT 0.9.0 release Wrap-up

2007-02-13 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Tuesday 13 February 2007 18:38:35 Christopher Williams wrote:
 Mirko,
   Can you look into this? I'm not sure if the version of JRuby you checked
 in is an un-modified version from their trunk or not. Here's an example
 stack trace. I'll try and look into finding a particular file that it
 throws this...

Ok, I can reproduce the CCE with the code you sent. I don't have the time to 
take a closer look right now, but I'll do it tomorrow morning and see if I 
can fix it.

About the release, we have some fixes for the refactorings for windows, I'm 
going to commit them tomorrow too.

Is there anything else I can do?

Mirko


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[RDT-Dev] Refactorings - initial import

2007-02-06 Thread Mirko Stocker
Hi!

I'm very happy to announce that I imported the refactoring plug-in into our 
repository.

There are still some things that need to be addressed:

- Cruisecontrol: The plug-ins aren't built and integrated into the automated 
build yet and I'm not sure what needs to be done. Markus?

- Some advertisement on the homepage would be nice :)

- Bug reports: Should we continue to maintain our own trac? I think there 
might still be a lot of bugs or just things that don't work (yet) and it 
would probably be easier if we keep these things in our system. I also 
thought about a 'report bug' feature for the user to report misbehaving 
refactorings to us, with attached context or something. What do you think?

We hope the refactorings are useful and ensure that we stay ahead of NetBeans 
[1] for some time!

Mirko

[1] http://blogs.sun.com/tor/category/Ruby

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Re: [RDT-Dev] Refactorings - initial import

2007-02-06 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Tuesday 06 February 2007 16:01:22 Christopher Williams wrote:
 I'll try and write something up on the page tonight.

That would be very nice, thanks :)

 Personally, I'd like to see the bugs all filed in one place. It'd make it
 easier for end users and for us to manage tickets in terms of releases).
 A report bug feature would be nice to add to Eclipse so we can get
 more/better reports. A lot of users tend to just give up since they can't
 find Trac, or email one of the develoeprs.

Ok, so we'll migrate our stuff over in the next days. Zach, is it possible to 
install the XmlRPC plug-in [1] on the trac server? I work a lot with Mylar 
and I would miss it if I couldn't manage the tickets in Eclipse anymore. By 
the way, have you succeeded with your remote-svn/svnsync experiments?

About the bug report thing, I think KDE does it quite nice and embeds a simple 
dialog in each application. I can't believe nobody has done that for eclipse 
yet.. I'll research that :)

 BTW, Now that the refactoring stuff is int he RDT repository, should we
 extend commit rights to the other members of your team (so that you guys
 can just progress directly in RDT's repo rather than remotely and
 re-merging/patching)?

Switching to the official repository would certainly be easier for us. 
Unfortunately, I don't know their sourceforge accounts, but they should be 
reading this here ;-)

Regards,

Mirko

[1] http://trac-hacks.org/wiki/XmlRpcPlugin


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Updating JRuby?

2007-01-16 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Monday 15 January 2007 15:34, Markus Barchfeld wrote:
 As version number I would suggest the base version of JRuby (0.9.2) plus
 maybe the revision number of JRuby's subversion as qualifier (2742). So,
 if you create a jar from the current trunk of JRuby, the version could
 be 0.9.2.2742. This schema should work despite the current version
 number of 1.0.0. (The org.jruby plug-in was not part of the 0.8.x
 release, therefore problems should arise with nightly build
 installations if there are problems at all).

It looks like I just broke the build because of the plug-in version: 
Unable to find plug-in: org.jruby_1.0.0.
What can we do about that?

Thanks

Mirko

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[RDT-Dev] Updating JRuby?

2007-01-15 Thread Mirko Stocker
Hi!

I'm currently updating our refactorings to work with the latest JRuby. They 
changed some things in the AST structure, added new nodes and removed one 
(ScopeNode, replaced with StaticScope). So to port the refactorings, I also 
need to update the version we have in RDT.

So my question is, is it ok if I do the update?

By the way, I also noticed that about half of the TI tests fail.. is anybody 
working on this? Most other tests work (I get 9 errors and 1 failure in 
TS_RdtAllUnitTests).

Regards

Mirko

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Re: [RDT-Dev] Updating JRuby?

2007-01-15 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Monday 15 January 2007 14:32, Christopher Williams wrote:
 Mirko,
   Feel free to update jruby. I just generate a jar and stick it into our
 org.jruby plugin. Be sure to increment the plugin.xml version number so it
 will override any previous versions.

About the version.. I'm going to need a version from svn, what version string 
do I use there?

   I don't know if anyone is actively working on fixing the test suite. I
 just noticed a number of errors myself, so I planned on trying to correct
 those in the near future, but feel free to take a stab at them yourself.

Ok :) I'll see what I can do. 

Thanks

Mirko

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Re: [RDT-Dev] Updating JRuby?

2007-01-15 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Monday 15 January 2007 15:34, Markus Barchfeld wrote:
 If the JRuby source is patched the patch should be included in the JRuby
 plug-in, too.

I think I'm going to update to the official JRuby and when they included our 
patches, update again.

 Furthermore I would suggest to add the sources as zip file, too (just to
 simplify debugging, it should not be included in binary builds).

Ok, I'll try that :)

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Re: [RDT-Dev] Our Logo in High Resolution?

2006-12-10 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Monday 11 December 2006 00:58, zdennis wrote:
 Here's an xcf file. Let me know if this works for you. It doesn't
 include any text

That's exactly what I needed :) Thanks!


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[RDT-Dev] Our Logo in High Resolution?

2006-12-09 Thread Mirko Stocker
Hi!

At the end of our diploma thesis, we have to create a poster do present our 
work to the visitors. I'd like to include the RDT logo (the one from the trac 
site) somewhere, but I can't find it in a higher resolution.. does anyone 
have it?

Thanks


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Colored Merge-View

2006-12-06 Thread Mirko Stocker
Hi Chris

On Wednesday 06 December 2006 16:35, Christopher Williams wrote:
   I took your patch and ran with it - it now resembles the JDT's version
 quite a bit (like most everything). The syntax coloring is now done as
 well. I just checked it into the SVN head. 

I saw your commit, thanks a lot! Looks like it was more work than I initially 
thought. We should now be able to create beautifully colored diffs for the 
refactorings :)

   The next step for those brave enough would be to implement a Structure
 Creator and structure diff viewer. Then we'd get the nice view where you
 can see how the high-level outline changes (like added/removed methods). I
 took a quick glance and it seems not too complex, but it does involve
 wrangling the ASTs again (and the JDT does so at a higher level than we do
 so their JavaParseTreeBuilder is a bit simpler than our implementation
 would be).

Our thesis is done next week, maybe I can find some time to work on this, 
although it might be more useful to migrate the refactorings into RDT first..

Thanks again

Mirko


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Colored Merge-View

2006-12-06 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Wednesday 06 December 2006 17:59, Christopher Williams wrote:
 I vote strongly for migrating the refactoring and other work you've done to
 RDT

Ok :) I think I'd prefer that too. If the migration to the latest JRuby isn't 
too complicated, we can probably merge in the christmas holidays or in 
january when we continue to work.


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Colored Merge-View

2006-12-06 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Wednesday 06 December 2006 22:26, Werner Schuster (murphee) wrote:
 Don't know which JRuby you're using at the moment, but some Tom's fixes
 caused changes in NodeVisitor (a new visitRootNode method was added, but
 the visitScopeNode method was removed). There was also some reshuffling
 in the interface of some Node types. If you're using a 0.9.1 (or
 earlier) code, you'll probably get some compile errors when updating. (I
 had a fun time with code that used NodeVisitor, which suddenly started
 failing with strange messages after the update).

Our version is even older then 0.9.1, and has some modifications (mostly 
positioning fixes, so that part shouldn't be a problem). We also had to 
change the interfaces of some nodes, to add setters for variable names for 
example, but we didn't break any JRuby-functionality and have tons of unit 
tests, so migrating should be doable in time. What I fear quite a bit is the 
changes around the ScopeNode, which we use a lot. But we can work with Defn- 
and DefsNodes instead, so that should work too. There are also things that 
are easier to do with the newer version, I believe that LocalVarNodes now 
know their name and not just their 'count'. And there's still the issue of 
the comments we have to attach to the AST. But that has to wait until after 
the diploma thesis and our short trip to austria.

 Or maybe you already knew this, then I'm sorry for smartassing around
 ;-) ...

That's no problem :-)


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Colored Merge-View

2006-12-06 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Wednesday 06 December 2006 22:54, Werner Schuster (murphee) wrote:
 Yes, they added specific names instead of indexes for ... something
 (some arguments, can't remember details).
 I'm finishing up a JRuby port  of ParseTree
 (http://www.zenspider.com/ZSS/Products/ParseTree/ ),
 and moving to the latest JRuby trunk fixed a lot of things I had
 problems with in the old code.

Sounds interesting :) Do you have that stuff in a publicly accessible 
repository?

 Where're you going in Austria? (If you happen to venture into Graz, I'm
 buying the first round of coffee).

No, unfortunately not.. we're going to Ischgl. Not really around Graz :)


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[RDT-Dev] Extending Outline Contextmenu

2006-12-04 Thread Mirko Stocker
Hi!

We have some refactorings (mainly rename) we'd like to present in the context 
menu of the outline view, but I haven't found an extension point for that.. 
could someone give me a hint?

Thanks

Mirko


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Extending Outline Contextmenu

2006-12-04 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Tuesday 05 December 2006 00:17, Werner Schuster (murphee) wrote:
 Hmm... I guess you'd like to add Rename... to all RubyElement objects.
 You could try adding a objectContribution to IRubyElement or RubyElement
 objects.

That's exactly what I needed :) Thanks Murphee!


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Usage of RubyScriptPreview

2006-11-03 Thread Mirko Stocker
Hi Chris!

On Friday 03 November 2006 15:25, Christopher Williams wrote:
 Specifically, we may need to associate comments with nodes in a new manner

I'm aware of that.. and it's on my private todo-list and I hope I can do it in 
the next few weeks :-) . At the moment we have to concentrate on our diploma 
thesis and that means to produce as many refactorings as possible. 
By the way, we were hired as assistants by our professor Peter Sommerlad and 
it's likely that we can continue to work on the refactorings/RDT after the 
diploma thesis. I hope we can find a sponsor..

 and we'll likely need 
 to move some of the AST rewriter/formatter stuff that was intended for
 JRuby into RDT core (I don't think JRuby wants this stuff in their project
 right now).

That's ok for me, it's probably the better place for it. Maybe we could use 
the rewriter for code formatting purposes or something like the new clean-up 
wizzard JDT has.

Regards,

Mirko

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Re: [RDT-Dev] Protecting our Trac Tickets

2006-10-13 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Wednesday 20 September 2006 20:58, zdennis wrote:
 Trac is working on anti-spam measures for 0.10 release, but right now
 it's in beta. I will update when it gets a full release though.

The new version has been released last week. We haven't had any spam in our 
refactring-Trac since I updated :)

And Zach, could you give me (username mirkostocker) permissions to work with 
tickets? I wrote you an email about 3 weeks ago, but maybe you haven't 
received it. Thanks!

Mirko


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Code-Highlighting through the Outline

2006-06-19 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Monday 19 June 2006 23:48, Christopher Williams wrote:
 We do the selection handling in RubyAbstractEditor for the outline:  
 org.rubypeople.rdt.internal.ui.rubyeditor.RubyAbstractEditor.setSelectio
 n()
 We create the positions in RubyScriptSturctureBuilder:  
 org.rubypeople.rdt.internal.core.RubyScriptStructureBuilder

 I had some hacks in to fix positions before, but I'm not sure where  
 they are now. If anything they ought to be closest to parsing which  
 is the structure builder, maybe I managed to catch all the cases in  
 the setKeywordRange and setTokenRange methods...

Ok, I'll take a look at it tomorrow.

 In any case, I know that lack of CommentNodes was causing some off-by-
 one position problems before. JRuby's parser would eat up lines with  
 only comments and carriage returns on it, and our offsets would end  
 up off by the number of carriage returns eaten.

I hope we can fix this too, once the comments are in the AST (should happen in 
the next few weeks).

 BTW, Do you want to be added as an RDT developer so you can directly  
 apply patches to our codebase and then use svn:externals to keep in  
 sync?

That would be great :-) Although I don't know yet how svn:externals works.
I think I have to dig out my subversion book..

Thanks,

Mirko


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