Пример #1
 def __init__(self, env=None):
     if env is None:
         env = global_env.sprout()
     Actor.__init__(self, env, maildir_script, True)
     # XXX the following might run before env is initialized, when
     # restoring from a snapshot.  We should just throw out this
     # env hack and make something better.
     for key in env.locals:
Пример #2
def make_account():
    from actors import Expression # XXX circular module dependency
    root_env = global_env.sprout()

    sender_script = \
        Script([Method('send:', ['message'], 
                       'inbox <- ([message] + inbox get)')])
    mailbox_script = \
        Script([Method('first', [], 'inbox get at: 1'),
                Method('removefirst', [], 'inbox <- (inbox get from: 2)'),
                Method('sender', [], 'sender')])
    makemailbox_run = \
        Method('run', [], 
               Expression('let inbox = makebox holding: []. make sender. make mailbox',
                          {'sender': sender_script,
                           'mailbox': mailbox_script}))
    root_env.define('makemailbox', Actor(root_env, Script([makemailbox_run])))

    root_env.define('maildirectory', maildir_actor)

    root_actor = \
              Script([Text('Welcome to your new account.  You should bookmark this page if you ever intend to return, because going back and clicking "Go!" again would create another new account with a different URI.\n\nIn Hmph, everything is an object, and every object has a page with a generated URI.  For example, the number 2 is an object.  Below, we send it the message "+ 3" and it adds 3 to itself, yielding 5:'),
                      Example('2 + 3'), 
                      Example('(3*3) + (4*4)'), 
                      Text('The syntax is related to Smalltalk, but not the same.  To make a new type of object, decide on what to call it in the local scope, such as Foo, and enter "make Foo":'),
                      Example('make Foo'),
                      Text('You can also give a local name to any other object using "let name = expression". For example:'),
                      Example('let box = makebox holding: true'),
                      Example('box get'),
                      Example('box <- false. box get'),
                      Text("""There's a public directory of message boxes for other users, in maildirectory:"""),
                      Text('You can create your own mailbox:'),
                      Example('let mailbox = makemailbox run'),
                      Text("""To add it to the directory, enter "maildirectory at: 'alice' put: mailbox sender" into the "Add example" field below, changing alice to some single-word identifier of your choice. (This will fail and return false if that identifier is already taken.)  Then inspect "mailbox" to see how to get your messages. A message can be any object, not just plain text."""),
                      Text("""Have fun exploring!  Don't put much work into it, at least yet, because this account *will* get zapped during code upgrades; I'm not ready to commit to continuity yet.  There will be actual documentation real soon now.  Please send feedback to Darius Bacon <darius@wry.me>. Thanks!""")
    return get_editor(root_actor)