[GSoC proposal ] : Mole, a Ruby browser.

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Pedro Del Gallego, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. Hi,

    I would like to have some feedback in this [1] google summer of code proposal.

    " [... ] The goal of this project is create an interactive interface
    that make easy to inspect (at run-time) the state of the environment.
    The project don't pretend to replace the irb console, or to be a
    complete IDE, the goal is improve the irb with old and new features as
    a gem, and create a graphical environment, but all the features could
    be use programatically, or used by different front end.

    The ruby browser is inspired in Squeak Browser, a graphical interface
    that allow to navigate throw all the classes and objects inside of the
    Squeak virtual machine. [... ] "

    Any kind of feedback, advices or features requests are welcome.


    Thanks for your time.

    [1] : http://theplana.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/molerubybrowser.pdf
    [PDF - 486 Kb]



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