[Squeakland] More advanced file browser?
Cees De Groot
cdegroot at gmail.com
Sun Oct 9 01:54:17 PDT 2005
Heh. Amazingly enough, I usually find stuff in the vanilla Squeak file
browser much quicker than in the Windows variant. I dunnow what it is,
but something was done right in the design of that UI and any souping
up will probably kill it (one of the reasons I walked away from
Gnome/KDE/... was that in their futile attempts to mimick Windows they
killed most of the performance and usability in the original
Anyway, to me the biggest hurdle to using the file browser is the
awful performance of the Morphic tree control.
Just my 2 eurocents. YMMV.
On 10/8/05, Wendell III <wendell at meetro.com> wrote:
> 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,
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