[Seaside] Re: What do you think about Ruby on Rails ?
stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Tue Aug 9 22:44:00 CEST 2005
In CommonLisp good environment you also have an image: the method are
compiled into byte-code and you
can get the "same" Smalltalk like browser and interface.
Then I have a question. There is no problem you to code in emacs
Smalltalk code (look at the format of the file you obtain
when you fileout a changeset) and load it when you launch an image.
You will get a file-based language.
What is the problem of having an image when you save your code with
What I would like to have is a smalltalk scripting language. If you
are interested this is an exciting topic.
On 7 août 05, at 13:22, Damien Cassou wrote:
>> I'll admit it, I'm beaten. :-(
> We do not fight :-) I'm just trying to understand why every
> smalltalkers like this concept of image that much. And if somebody ask
> me, I want to be able to answer because I like Smalltalk very much.
>> I think it's best if somebody else with better "explaining Smalltalk"
>> skills takes over.
> Damien Cassou
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