[Esug-list] New Pharo Collections
abergel at dcc.uchile.cl
Mon Dec 8 17:20:34 EST 2014
Thanks for your enthusiasm. Collections have indeed many rooms for improvement.
Something that I always wanted to try out, is having a morphing abstract data type. You begin with let’s say an ordered collection, and according to what you put in, then it is morphing to a dictionary if necessary.
The Lua programming language has this.
> On Dec 8, 2014, at 12:18 PM, AlexanderBrenchev <alexzund3r at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Greetings to everyone. My name is Alexander Brenchev, and I want to tell you
> about my recent project, which will be my pre-bachelor work.
> The goal of my project is to make a new collections for Pharo Smalltalk. We
> have a great plans about list of important collections, but we also need
> your opinion about them. So, feel free to make your suggestions about
> collections which you want to be implemented.
> The project page is available here
> Now I want to tell something about what I've done so far:
> 1) A brief documentation about current collections hierarchy
> 2) A workflow of developing new collections for Pharo
> 3) Little tutorial which describes how to bring new collections for Pharo
> As you can see, PillarHub will be a platform for my blog, where I will tell
> you about my faults and victories.
> I have no great results for now, but I've tested the main idea of
> collections development workflow, and now i am well-armed to make something
> that really matters. Stay tuned to PillarHub, ESUG and smalltalkhub to see
> the latest progress of the project.
> Thanks everyone.
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