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Mon Jun 12 21:51:57 UTC 2006
Bert Freudenberg a écrit :
> Am 12.06.2006 um 23:08 schrieb nicolas cellier:
>> Le Dimanche 11 Juin 2006 14:54, mathieu a écrit :
>>> An other things intresting is where do nil being initialized? [I know he
>>> is an old friend but it should have been born in a certain time :-) ]
>> I think this one is so essential, that you can only find it in some
>> method not written in Smalltalk.
>> There must be a few initializer that you will hardly find in the
>> image, like
>> initialization of Smalltalk (I mean SystemDictionary).
>> Did you see something like Smalltalk at: #Smalltalk put: Smalltalk ?
>> Like the (Metaclass class class) knot...
>> Like the Process stuff...
>> Feel free to discover more!
>> You must admit that an image must have been created once ex nihilo (or
>> ex C-code glue).
> Most certainly not C. The first Smalltalk prototype was a BASIC program,
> Smalltalk-72 was coded in assembly. We'd have to ask Dan to be sure
> where the nil instance in Squeak comes from ...
> - Bert -
Yes like an historian job. :-)
Very instresting. :-)
But who where the first object Metacalss or Behavior? :-)
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