[self-interest] Filing Out A Composite Morph?
joshflowers at mac.com
Fri Dec 10 15:55:23 UTC 2010
That looks promising - I'll try it out this weekend.
On Dec 9, 2010, at 2:08 AM, Jan-Paul Bultmann wrote:
> There is a passage about this in the manual. http://docs.selflanguage.org/morphic.html
> 6.4. Saving a Composite Morph
> The System for filling out morphs seems pretty raw around the edges and really needs to be improved if we want to create usefull apps.
> Hope this helps,
> cheers Jan
> On Dec 9, 2010, at 5:12 AM, Josh Flowers wrote:
>> Does Self support filing out composited morphs? I composited a number of morphs to create an irc chat UI, but I'm having troubles writing it out.
>> I turned an instance of the morph into a prototype; added it to a module; setup the copy-down slots to Copydown parent: 'rowMorph', Copydown selector: 'copyRemoveAllMorphs'... and I think that's about it.
>> The module files out and in without errors, but when I try and create an instance of the prototype I get an error message about 'rawMorphs' being missing. I can fix this by manually setting the irc morph's copy-down attributes (they don't seem to copy over as part of the file-in/out process) but then the original submorphs don't exist.
>> Besides having trouble describing the problem - am I doing something wrong?
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