[Newbies] Saving a project...kaput?
limitcase at gmail.com
Sun Dec 14 03:33:28 UTC 2014
If it's not too much trouble, please send me a simple example of your code
along side graphics. Sounds interesting.
On Sat, Dec 13, 2014 at 6:14 PM, Herbert König <herbertkoenig at gmx.net>
> Hi Michael,
> Squeak is the Smalltalk programming environment which has been used to
> create Etoys (and Scratch).
> Saving a Project is indeed kaputt since the introduction of environments
> in Squeak 4.5 but to be fixed.
> Tile scripting is particular to Squeak (vs. other Smalltalks) and has been
> much improved in Etoys and is the main paradigm there. That is why Bert
> suggested it to you. But you can break into Etoys to get the raw
> underlying Squeak (Bert would know how).
> Back to your Question:
>> What would I use Squeak for?
>> Developing Smalltalk applications of any kind. The whole object
> orientation thing was made popular by Smalltalk and the term was coined by
> a (the?) Inventor of Smalltalk, Alan Kay. Personally I use projects as a
> creativity tool (a drawing beside the code to illustrate what it does) in
> my Smalltalk development. And as multiple desktops like Linux has, just so
> much more powerful :-))
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