[lively-kernel] Markdown stopped working Re: Modularity, portability, GitHub
l.thamsen at googlemail.com
Fri Feb 24 04:54:40 CET 2012
Thanks for letting us know. This defect was indeed related to our refactoring efforts on github and the recent sync with Webwerkstatt. The Markdown morph should work again and some new tests should prevent further regression of this jQuery interface.
Also, we should are done with the sync. So, please continue informing us about defects, since Webwerkstatt shouldn't be in flux any longer.
Please use webwerkstatt's trac if you think that a bug is only related to our Webwerkstatt deployment (examples: parts, version support, worlds in Webwerkstatt, user or project modules, ...) and create a github issue if you think it's an issue in a module in /core/.
If you're not sure, it's probably good to prefer Webwerkstatt for now, but we'll follow both tracking systems closely – so either way is really fine.
On Feb 23, 2012, at 6:02 PM, Milan Zimmermann wrote:
> Just a note - Markdown text morph from Parts Bin stopped working a
> few days ago - perhaps something to do with the
> refactoring(speculating) - is it better to report on trac rather than
> here ... or should Webwerkstatt be considered to be in flux for a
> MarkdownText>>>onDoubleClick: TypeError: Object
> <lively.morphic.Text#79F21... - MarkdownText> has no method 'jQuery'
> TypeError: Object <lively.morphic.Text#79F21
> On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 4:07 AM, Fabian Bornhofen
> <fbornhofen at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> Hi -
>> two weeks ago, Robert, Lauritz and I started to refactor parts of the
>> Lively Kernel. The idea is to modularize the code base and to answer
>> the question "What is the kernel in 'Lively Kernel'?". Moving the core
>> components of LK to a GitHub repository will allow for easier
>> synchronization of core code in different LK installations. We hope
>> that encouraging people to experiment with the most basic things in
>> Lively will speed up development and help us gain some momentum.
>> Some changes have already gone live in Webwerkstatt.
>> What did we do?
>> We ...
>> - put the core/ folder on github: https://github.com/rksm/LivelyKernel
>> - removed PartsBin from core/
>> - removed a bunch of things that did not appear to be 'core' either
>> (there might be more)
>> - moved tests for each submodule into the respective module's test/ folder
>> - made naming more consistent ('AST' -> 'ast')
>> - introduced lively.lang and lively.morphic.Graphics
>> - added an simple test environment
>> If you encounter any problems with your existing parts or modules that
>> could have to do with these refactorings, please let us know.
>> We have yet to introduce a more formalized process of how to port
>> changes from Webwerkstatt into the GitHub repository. We will probably
>> make an announcement about that soon. Meanwhile, we invite you to
>> follow or fork us on GitHub, let us know what you think and, of
>> course, report any issues you find.
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