[Newbies] smalltalk program execution
erlis at erlisvidal.com
Tue Apr 19 19:36:43 UTC 2011
Thanks a lot for your reply! You have addressed all my concerns.
2011/4/19 Herbert König <herbertkoenig at gmx.net>
> Hi Erlis,
> EV> I have a some questions about program execution:
> Not knowing your platform my reply is a bit unspecific, I can be more
> specific on Windows.
> EV> If I have a text file with some smalltalk code, is it possible to
> EV> that code from the outside of the VM graphical interface?
> If you specify a .st file in the command line to Squeak, it will be
> executed. If you end the script with
> SmalltalkImage current snapshot: false andQuit: true
> Squeak will close after execution. In a recent image it may be
> Smalltalk instead of SmalltalkImage current. I have no 4.2 handy.
> EV> I'm looking a java like execution. Java as smalltalk use a VM to
> execute the
> EV> code, but the way java execute the program, some people don't even know
> EV> this. Due to the nature of smalltalk I don't know if what I'm asking is
> EV> possible.
> Googling Squeak headless will help you to make squeak run without any
> visible UI. Assuming this was your question :-)
> EV> -- these are other questions I have ---
> One mail each topic helps that people with little time see that a
> question is still unanswered.
> EV> How are applications deployed in smalltalk?
> Again only a rough sketch:
> Smalltalk addToStartupList: MyClass will run
> MyClass class side startUp: on startup.
> At minimum you should disable the preferences to warn if no changes
> file and to warn if no sources file. You can completely disable the
> programmers facilities of Squeak, but then you can't debug into a
> faulty image.
> Use any installer builder (NSIS seems to be preferred by Windows
> Squeakers, I used Inno Setup), to unzip your folder and create a
> desktop or menu shortcut.
> You can search Squeak dev or Squeak beginners on deploy, it's a FAQ.
> EV> Once I have the image I can see how things are implemented. How do you
> EV> hide implementation that probably don't want other to see?
> Disable Programmer facilities as described before. See my post here on
> Jan 1st 2011 on "image not locking down" for details.
> In theory you can debug any image file from another running image,
> don't know if the tools readily exist. But then for dotNet assemblies
> these tools seem to exist.
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