The RMoD group is organizing a two days event around Moose.
When? 19 and 20th December Where? At Inria Lille
The 19th will hold presentations related to Moose, while on the 20th there will be a Moose Dojo / Pharo sprint in order to enhance version 5.0 of Moose on Pharo 3.0.
More information can be found here.
We have successfully ported Moose 5.0 development to the latest Pharo 3.0. All tests are green.
You can work with the image from the continuous integration server.
We are happy to announce version 4.9 of the Moose Suite: http://moosetechnology.org/download/4.9
This is a minor release still based on Pharo 2.0. The differences from Moose 4.8 are:
- The Mondrian engine was removed. The transition to Roassal is now complete.
- Small fixes in Roassal layouts and rendering.
- Small fix in FAMIX regarding manipulation of accesses.
- Small visual fix in Glamour for rendering splitters in tables.
A list of issues addressed in this release can be found at: http://code.google.com/p/moose-technology/issues/list?can=1&q=status=Fixed%20milestone=4.9
The Moose Suite 4.9 comes for each platform as a separate bundle:
The Moose Suite 4.9 can also be loaded in a Pharo 2.0 image either from the Configuration Browser, or by executing the following script:
smalltalkhubUser: 'Moose' project: 'Moose';
((Smalltalk at: #ConfigurationOfMoose)
project version: '4.9-snapshot') load
Tudor Girba created a visualization using Roassal to show the emergent nature of software architecture.
Read more on the humane assessment blog.
Alexandre Bergel shows us how to use Roassal to construct treemaps by adding nodes dynamically.
Evolving TreeMap from Alexandre Bergel on Vimeo.