CodeCity New Generation

Dear all

Richard Wettel the original author of CodeCity (this was his PhD) announced today a new version of CodeCity in Pharo.
Here is his announce:
After the short preview at the last Moose Dojo, I am happy to let you know that the first version of the brand new CodeCity is out.
CodeCity is a 3D visualization engineased on a city metaphor, which enables us to depict software systems as cities. If you want to know more about this approach, have a look here:
I have now implemented the basic functionality of CodeCity in Pharo and integrated it with Moose. Here is a code city of ArgoUML in the new CodeCity:
To install CodeCity, you need to run this code in a Moose image (setting Moose as a prerequisite is on my TODO list):
Gofer new smalltalkhubUser: ‘RichardWettel’ project: ‘CodeCity’; configuration; load. (Smalltalk at: #ConfigurationOfCodeCity) loadDevelopment
You can also get the latest successful build from:
The new CodeCity does not provide a configuration UI, but it relies on scripting.
While CodeCity was initially aimed at software systems only, there is nothing that stops us to use it at visualizing any kind of data! One example was the visualization of the data taken from a database (population, city, countries, continents) presented at the Moose Dojo. I’m sure Doru will be pleased to show you more of that.
In conclusion, I hope you’ll enjoy playing/working with CodeCity as much as I have been enjoying re-implementing it in the last few months. Playing with CodeCity integrated in the Moose workflows is pure fun. But don’ take my word for it, just give it a try!

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