[Newbies] New Introductory Tutorial

Dennis Groves dennis.groves at gmail.com
Fri Aug 26 05:33:53 UTC 2016

I would like to do network traffic analysis with Squeak, however All I can
find are socket and http objects is there an object for looking at all the
traffic on a given interface?



Dennis Groves <http://about.me/dennis.groves>, MSc
dennis.groves at gmail.com

On Fri, Nov 13, 2015 at 10:02 PM, EuanM <euanmee at gmail.com> wrote:

> I've created Yet Another Smalltalk First
> Steps tutorial.
> This is intended as one of a series.
> It is designed to be cross-platform across
>     Squeak 5
>     Pharo 4
>     Seaside 3.1
>     Cuis
>     Dolphin 6
> If you have experience running any of these systems on Windows, Linux
> or MacOS, please check to see if I have the instructions correct for
> your chosen pairing of Smalltalk and OS platform.
> (As you'll see when you look, I do not have detailed instructions for
> aspects of MacOS).
> The document is at:
> http://smalltalkinsmallsteps.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/get-
> smalltalk-up-and-running.html
> (It's intended to move to a different blog after this review process).
> I feel the need to do this as cross-Smalltalks tutorial because of
> findings and 4 charts  I've placed at:
> http://smalltalkinsmallsteps.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/
> mindshare-of-smalltalk-in-development.html
> Essentially, Smalltalk mindshare and use is incredibly tiny, compared
> to other languages in the same space.  (We all know this, but seeing
> it represented graphically has a more visceral effect, IMO)
> Aggregating interest in all the Smalltalks still does not bring more
> than a tiny proportion of the interest in, and use of, Ruby.
> In turn, Ruby is (quite understandably) small in comparison to JavaScript.
> Comparing interest in any specific Smalltalk is, predictably, smaller
> than the aggregate interest in Smalltalk.
> Our community seems determined to split itself into smaller and
> smaller sub-communities.  I think we do ourselves a disservice this
> way.
> My initial contribution will be to try to provide some explicitly
> pan-Smalltalk beginners' tutorials, like this one.
> Cheers, and happy Smalltalking,
>      EuanM
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