[self-interest] What is included in the standard image (and what isn't?)

Russell Allen mail at russell-allen.com
Wed Mar 5 21:20:55 UTC 2014

Well one way is to look at the worldBuilder.self script and trace down what it loads.

A better way though is to use the outliners and searchers in the image to explore what is there.

Getting the 'globals' object from a shell will show you a lot.

Also if you highlight a slot name (eg a method name, object name etc) and right click, you should get a menu with options to search implementors of that slot name, or senders of that message. 

One more tip is that the 'modules' object as each loaded module as a slot. Each module corresponds to a .self file 

Best, Russell

On 6 Mar 2014, at 1:15 am, spdegabrielle at gmail.com wrote:

> Hi, 
> What is included in the standard image (and what isn't?)
> My mistake of the day was explicitly loading the gasTank code.  I didn't need to. Can I tell from the repository what is loaded and what isn't?
> Kind regards, 
> Stephen

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