[Squeakland] More advanced file browser?

José L. Redrejo Rodríguez jredrejo at merida.uned.es
Sun Oct 9 01:40:28 PDT 2005

In fact, I have developed an image browser, that can read gif, png, svg
and svgz (using the SVGreader made by Gary Chambers) for a project I am
making in Extremadura. It works in a 3.8 image without problem.
Attached is an screenshot. I am developing it on Linux, but I have
tested it a little bit in a windows machine and works ok. I don't have a
mac available, but it should work there too.

The image browser is between some other code I have developed for this
project and, by now, I don't have time enought to split it from the rest
of the project, but if anybody wants to test it I can send the whole
monticello package.

El sáb, 08-10-2005 a las 10:33 -0500, Wendell III escribió:
> Hi all,
> I was just watching the Extremadura Squeak video, and noticed that 
> everyone was using the Gnome file browsers to add their images to 
> Squeak. This got me thinking about more self-contained functionality, 
> and made me curious to know if anyone was working on a more "visual" 
> file browser, or even support for common network filesystems for Squeak 
> itself? I realize that the idea of files goes against the Smalltalk 
> philosophy, but since we do unfortunately live in a world of files, it 
> probably makes sense?
> Thanks all,
> -Wendell
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