2) Is GLORP in a stable state ?
Depends what you mean by "stable". There are people using it, and
reporting reasonably good results, but it's clearly still far away from
being production level. In particular, it is lacking in the areas of
tools, documentation, error messages, and those sorts of things. There
are also things that don't work, and important features that are missing.
Whether that counts as "stable" for you is an open question <grin>
yes, I know about the VAST goodies-section, and it's a nice start. However, it lacks the code management features provided by both the cincom public store and the open squeak repositories. More importantly, the fact that developers need to submit to their code to Instantiations instead of just publishing it doesn't really facilitate opensource-type development efforts. Providing a port of an opensource project, with all its updates by multiple developers, would be virtually impossible this way.
So a publicly available repository would be excellent. But it seems to me that the easiest way to move forward would be a system that facilitates users to log in, upload and version their .dat-files.
Handling of fonts. There is no documented way of using the platform’s standard font in your GUIs
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