Charles Hixson <charleshixsn / earthlink.net> writes:

> The *use* of the frames is bad for a large collection of code from
> many classes.  This is because the methods aren't filtered by the
> current class, and because constants don't seem to appear anywhere
> (and a few other small factors).  This is one place where Smalltalk
> got it right. Look at the Squeak  class browser to see how it should
> be done!  (Well, at least the version they were using a few months
> ago.)  Nothing wrong with frames at all, you just need to do things
> slightly differently. (And need a bit more computation under the
> hood.)  Actually, from the look of things, the Smalltalk class browser
> has already been an inspiration for rdoc, they just didn't follow it
> far enough yet.

Some things (such as comments) are on the ToDo list. Having the method
lst change when you click on classes is hard to do in HTML (or at
least it was the last time I looked at it).

I'd certainly welcome any code contributions you'd care to make.


Cheers


Dave