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From Marcel Offermans <>
Subject Re: Gogo commands
Date Mon, 01 Jul 2013 14:51:17 GMT
On Jul 1, 2013, at 15:18 , wrote:

> A short question to your suggestion (there's quite enough still have to learn): 
> You wrote on the wiki (,
that only the two command cw (create workspace) and rw (remove workspace) are real shell commands.
And the others only operate on the created workspace.


> Does the cf command return a workspace object?

Yes, that's what happens when I say:

w = (cw)

> And are the following commands like $w la (list artifacts) methods of the Workspace class.

Yes, methods that are invoked on the object that cw returned, and that was stored in the variable
called w, so:

$w foo a b
literally invokes a method "foo" on the instance w, and tries to actually find a method that
has two parameters a and b.

> Or how does this work?
> Can you give me a hint, where I could read a bit more about this topic?


Admitted, the documentation is a bit all over the place. :) On the positive side, not only
Felix is using the GoGo shell, but also more recently Equinox, so if you Google a bit you
usually find some more tutorials. Many things have also been discussed on the Felix mailing
lists, so searching the archives might also help.

Greetings, Marcel

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