GemDev 0.2.4 Release

January 6th, 2012 by Martin Karpisek No comments »

New version of GemDev is available  from (newly created) update site.

Main changes are:

Installation instructions:

  1. Download Eclipse 3.7 from http://eclipse.org/downloads/ ( for example “Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers” package)
  2. Unpack and start Eclipse
  3. Drag and drop following  icon  into your running Eclipse
  4. Follow installation instructions (as is described in GemDev help)
  5. Install rewritten server side gemdev-server-0.2.4.zip (GsSocket based) or keep using gemdev-server-0.2.0.zip (HTTPServer based, needs to be loaded in GemStone database)

GemDev 0.2.3 Release

April 16th, 2011 by Martin Karpisek No comments »

New maintenance release of GemDev client is available here.

Smalltalk Solutions 2011

March 27th, 2011 by Martin Karpisek 1 comment »

Slides are available here.

ESUG 2010 Talks

October 10th, 2010 by Martin Karpisek No comments »

Links to ESUG 2010 talks:

GemDev 0.2.2 Release

August 29th, 2010 by Martin Karpisek No comments »

New maintenance version of GemDev 0.2.2 is available.  This release is backward compatible with existing server side scripts (from 0.2.0 release). Please check GemDev page for details on installation/upgrade instructions and links.

GemDev 0.2.1 Release

February 27th, 2010 by Martin Karpisek No comments »

New GemDev 0.2.1 is out. It includes collection of small improvements such as content assist, custom templates and hyperlinking in console.

New and Noteworthy:

http://karpisek.net/gemdev-help/news.html

GemDev site:

http://karpisek.net/gemdev/

Online Help:

http://karpisek.net/gemdev-help/toc.html

Introduction to GemStone on YouTube

January 31st, 2010 by Martin Karpisek No comments »

For those  looking for materials about GemStone/S, there is YouTube channel of James Foster (from GemStone) which includes presentations from Smalltalks 2009 conference (mainly Introduction to GemStone and Scaling Objects for the Enterprise).

Programming and System Administration Guides (which you may want to check when watching videos) are available for example from GemStone/S Documentation site.

UPDATE: added link to summary of all parts of Scaling Objects presentation

Version Control Visualization

January 16th, 2010 by Martin Karpisek No comments »

During my research on libraries for visualization of large bodies of source code I came over two interesting projects. These projects focus on visualization of whole repositories and results seems more like an art than just pure technical thing…

code_swarm

code_swarm is “organic software visualization of project repositories” for SVN, CVS, Git and other VCS. Examples for different open source projects can be found here.

code_swarm – Eclipse (short ver.) from Michael Ogawa on Vimeo.

gource

gource is “software version control visualization tool” for SVN, CVS, Git and Mercurial. Videos with interesting examples can be found here.

GemDev Video

January 8th, 2010 by Martin Karpisek 1 comment »

Below is a year old video presenting GemDev features in real time. Video was recorded for internal presentation of previous version (0.1.9), but it covers most features of recently released 0.2.0. Recording was done with free GLASS version of GemStone/S running  in VMware Appliance  and Eclipse 3.4.

It should be noted that if you will use GemDev for example with big remote DB you will not always be able to reach same quick response as is on video. This video uses very small DB (coming with free version) and is running locally in VMware. With bigger remote DBs it can take longer time mainly when connecting to DB or searching for references/implementors/senders. Usual browsing/editing is not affected so much and overall speed is still very acceptable.

GemDev 0.2.0 Release

January 4th, 2010 by Martin Karpisek 1 comment »

I am happy I can announce GemDev 0.2.0 – first public release of my Eclipse Development Environment for GemStone/S.

“GemDev is (highly) experimental implementation of Eclipse-based IDE for GemStone Smalltalk, with intention to bring mainstream tools to Smalltalk.”

New and Noteworthy:

http://karpisek.net/gemdev-help/news.html

GemDev site:

http://karpisek.net/gemdev/

Online Help:

http://karpisek.net/gemdev-help/toc.html