[Moose-dev] Re: [Moose] Use of Moose in a PhD Thesis
guerraem at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 19:07:08 MEST 2009
I'm using the Moose Suite 4.0 Beta, downloaded from this page:
I saw in the tuturial those (-) and (+) buttons, but they don't apear
in my version! I'm sending attached a picture of the screen.
Can you send me an URL where can I download the VisualWorks version?
I'm studing Metadata-based Frameworks, wich are frameworks that uses
class metadata for processing. I'm creating an experiment where the
same funcionality will be developed without frameworks, with a
classical framework and with a metadata-based framework. I will use
Moose to evaluate the design of each solution.
Thanks a lot for the fast answer!!!
2009/10/15 Tudor Girba <tudor.girba at gmail.com>:
> Hi Eduardo,
> Great to hear that you are using Moose. I would suggest to send technical
> questions to the moose-dev mailing list. You can subscribe here:
> Which version of Moose are you using?
> If you are using the VisualWorks version, then:
> - to zoom, you have to click on the + button
> - to export, you right click on the canvas and choose export to PNG
> Also, I would be curious to learn more about the context in which you use
> Moose. Could you tell us more details?
> On 15 Oct 2009, at 16:07, Eduardo Guerra wrote:
>> My name is Eduardo Guerra and in my PhD Thesis I'm using polimetric
>> views to evaluate the design of applications that uses different kinds
>> of framework.
>> I read the book Object-oriented Metrics in Practice and I want to use
>> Moose for the generation of the views.
>> I had two questions:
>> - I'm using small case studies and the generated views are too small.
>> Can I zoom them?
>> - I need to export the view to include in my papers and in my thesis.
>> How can I export a generated view?
>> Thanks a lot!
>> Eduardo Guerra
>> Moose mailing list
>> Moose at iam.unibe.ch
> "Obvious things are difficult to teach."
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