Barry Bridgens | 1 Jan 17:03 2005
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[BUG]UndefinedObject(Object)>>doesNotUnderstand: #do:

I am getting this when trying to open a SqueakMap Package Loader in a
fresh 3.7-5989-Full image. I am sure that I could do this before, has
anything changed on the SqueakMap side?

I am on x86 Linux (Ubuntu) with the 3.6-3 VM from Ian Piumarta's site.

Thanks in advance for any help,

Barry

1 January 2005 3:38:11 pm

VM: unix - a SmalltalkImage
Image: Squeak3.7 [latest update: #5989]

SecurityManager state:
Restricted: false
FileAccess: true
SocketAccess: true
Working Dir /home/barry/Squeak/work/test
Trusted Dir /home/barry/Squeak/work/test/secure
Untrusted Dir /home/barry/Squeak/work/test/untrusted

UndefinedObject(Object)>>doesNotUnderstand: #do:
	Receiver: nil
	Arguments and temporary variables: 
		aMessage: 	do: [] in ImageSegment>>comeFullyUpOnReload:
{[:importedObject |  (im...etc...
	Receiver's instance variables: 
nil
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Barry Bridgens | 1 Jan 17:20 2005
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Re: [BUG]UndefinedObject(Object)>>doesNotUnderstand: #do:

Sorry to reply to my own message but I just tried the same thing under
Windows XP and everything worked OK. Not sure what is happening.

Barry

On Sat, 2005-01-01 at 16:03 +0000, Barry Bridgens wrote:
> I am getting this when trying to open a SqueakMap Package Loader in a
> fresh 3.7-5989-Full image. I am sure that I could do this before, has
> anything changed on the SqueakMap side?
> 
> I am on x86 Linux (Ubuntu) with the 3.6-3 VM from Ian Piumarta's site.
> 
> Thanks in advance for any help,
> 
> Barry
> 
> 1 January 2005 3:38:11 pm
> 
> VM: unix - a SmalltalkImage
> Image: Squeak3.7 [latest update: #5989]
> 
> SecurityManager state:
> Restricted: false
> FileAccess: true
> SocketAccess: true
> Working Dir /home/barry/Squeak/work/test
> Trusted Dir /home/barry/Squeak/work/test/secure
> Untrusted Dir /home/barry/Squeak/work/test/untrusted
> 
> UndefinedObject(Object)>>doesNotUnderstand: #do:
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Aaron Gray | 1 Jan 18:02 2005
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New Squeak VM Documentation

Hi,

Here is the first draft documentation I have created on the Squeak VM :-

        http://angray.members.beeb.net/Squeak/TheSqueakVM.html

The thing is hyperlinked, although for neatness hyperlinks are not colored 
or underlined.

Any comments, suggestions or corrections are welcome.

Happy new year,

Aaron

Michael Latta | 1 Jan 19:04 2005
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Balloon canvas not scaling

There does not appear to be an implementation of 
Canvas>>transformBy:clippingTo:during:smoothing: (used by 
TransformMorph for drawing submorphs) for BalloonCanvas.  This means if 
falls back on FormCanvas which simply scales the bit map.  
BalloonCanvas does appear to support a transform however.  Was this an 
oversight or intentional?  I will attempt to play with it and get an 
implementation that works, but any help or pointers would be welcome.

I am trying to do zooming on morphs containing various balloon drawn 
shapes.

Michael

Michael Latta | 1 Jan 19:37 2005
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Re: Balloon canvas not scaling


On Jan 1, 2005, at 10:04 AM, Michael Latta wrote:

> There does not appear to be an implementation of 
> Canvas>>transformBy:clippingTo:during:smoothing: (used by 
> TransformMorph for drawing submorphs) for BalloonCanvas.  This means 
> if falls back on FormCanvas which simply scales the bit map.  
> BalloonCanvas does appear to support a transform however.  Was this an 
> oversight or intentional?  I will attempt to play with it and get an 
> implementation that works, but any help or pointers would be welcome.
>
> I am trying to do zooming on morphs containing various balloon drawn 
> shapes.
>
> Michael

My first attempt has not worked out well.  I added the following 2 
methods into TransformationMorph which is the owner of the morph I am 
testing with.  I would do the real work in a subclass, but just added 
them for testing purposes.

fullDrawOn: aCanvas
	| myCanvas |
	aCanvas isBalloonCanvas ifTrue:[^super fullDrawOn: aCanvas].
	myCanvas _ aCanvas asBalloonCanvas.
	myCanvas deferred: true.
	super fullDrawOn: myCanvas.
	myCanvas flush.

transformBy: aDisplayTransform clippingTo: aClipRect during: aBlock	 
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Tim Rowledge | 1 Jan 19:41 2005
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Re: [BUG]UndefinedObject(Object)>>doesNotUnderstand: #do:

This looks very much like the very irritating problem where the object
memroy range crosses over the 2Gb level and some important code is
treating oops as signed integer. Do a comparison when that happens and
the code fails, the relevant primitive fails and the segment loading
fails.

We will eventually fix this. Just don't hold your breath since dark
blue is a very unnattractive colour for a human face. Even if you still
claim Boudica as your Queen.

tim
--
Tim Rowledge, tim <at> sumeru.stanford.edu, http://sumeru.stanford.edu/tim
Objects are closer than they appear.

Mark Mayfield | 1 Jan 23:05 2005
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Which font for publishing eToys project...

Which font should I be using in my published eToys project so that the
plugin will not throw the following error: LinedTTCFont is Missing?

Thanks,
Mark

Michael Latta | 2 Jan 01:06 2005
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Re: Balloon canvas not scaling

I have this working, but the results are not all that good for 
ellipses.  Lines look good, but ellipses are distorted.  This may have 
to do with the brush used, but It looks odd even for that.  The 
resulting shape is pin-cushiony.  A circle is drawn with spikes on the 
inside of the shape, and rounded areas on the outside.  I tried a 
screen shot but it was too large for the list filter.

Michael

On Jan 1, 2005, at 10:37 AM, Michael Latta wrote:

>
> On Jan 1, 2005, at 10:04 AM, Michael Latta wrote:
>
>> There does not appear to be an implementation of 
>> Canvas>>transformBy:clippingTo:during:smoothing: (used by 
>> TransformMorph for drawing submorphs) for BalloonCanvas.  This means 
>> if falls back on FormCanvas which simply scales the bit map.  
>> BalloonCanvas does appear to support a transform however.  Was this 
>> an oversight or intentional?  I will attempt to play with it and get 
>> an implementation that works, but any help or pointers would be 
>> welcome.
>>
>> I am trying to do zooming on morphs containing various balloon drawn 
>> shapes.
>>
>> Michael
>
> My first attempt has not worked out well.  I added the following 2 
> methods into TransformationMorph which is the owner of the morph I am 
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Ned Konz | 2 Jan 01:21 2005

Re: [BUG]UndefinedObject(Object)>>doesNotUnderstand: #do:

On Saturday 01 January 2005 8:03 am, Barry Bridgens wrote:
> I am getting this when trying to open a SqueakMap Package Loader in a
> fresh 3.7-5989-Full image. I am sure that I could do this before, has
> anything changed on the SqueakMap side?

This looks like the 2Gb problem. I was getting that when I used

 -mmap 512M

but not when I used the default (which on my system would be 1024M).

What command-line arguments are you using?

How much virtual memory is available?

--

-- 
Ned Konz
http://bike-nomad.com/squeak/

Barry Bridgens | 1 Jan 16:50 2005
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[BUG]UndefinedObject(Object)>>doesNotUnderstand: #do:

I am getting this when trying to open a SqueakMap Package Loader in a
fresh 3.7-5989-Full image. I am sure that I could do this before, has
anything changed on the SqueakMap side?

I am on x86 Linux (Ubuntu) with the 3.6-3 VM from Ian Piumarta's site.

Thanks in advance for any help,

Barry

1 January 2005 3:38:11 pm

VM: unix - a SmalltalkImage
Image: Squeak3.7 [latest update: #5989]

SecurityManager state:
Restricted: false
FileAccess: true
SocketAccess: true
Working Dir /home/barry/Squeak/work/test
Trusted Dir /home/barry/Squeak/work/test/secure
Untrusted Dir /home/barry/Squeak/work/test/untrusted

UndefinedObject(Object)>>doesNotUnderstand: #do:
	Receiver: nil
	Arguments and temporary variables: 
		aMessage: 	do: [] in ImageSegment>>comeFullyUpOnReload:
{[:importedObject |  (im...etc...
	Receiver's instance variables: 
nil
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