[Moose-dev] Re: [Moose] Use of Moose in a PhD Thesis
alexandre at bergel.eu
Thu Oct 15 22:46:41 MEST 2009
You should press the key - and + for zooming. But some bugs have been
found on keyboard other than american. The mouse should be on the
white background while pressing the keys.
On 15 Oct 2009, at 14:07, Eduardo Guerra wrote:
> Hi Doru!
> 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
>> 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
>>> of framework.
>>> I read the book Object-oriented Metrics in Practice and I want to
>>> Moose for the generation of the views.
>>> I had two questions:
>>> - I'm using small case studies and the generated views are too
>>> Can I zoom them?
>>> - I need to export the view to include in my papers and in my
>>> 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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