[Seaside] clamato - a smalltalk dialect for javascript

radoslav hodnicak rh at 4096.sk
Sun Aug 30 20:06:48 UTC 2009

this looks interesting. i'm writing a lot of javascript these days too - 
does this approach introduce potential problems with memory leaks 
(especially on the lesser platforms i.e. IE)? that's been my #1 issue 
with javascript so far (for long running pages that update themselves 


On Fri, 28 Aug 2009, Avi Bryant wrote:

> I hadn't meant to announce this yet, but since it's gotten out anyway
> (at Hacker News), I might as well tell the people who will be the most
> interested :)  At http://clamato.net, you'll find the start of a
> project we've been working on at Dabble DB in our spare time this
> summer, with the aim of making all of the client-side code we have to
> write more pleasant: a self-hosting compiler from (almost-)Smalltalk
> to Javascript, and a system browser to go with it.  There's lots of
> work left to be done, so feel free to submit patches... the code is at
> http://bitbucket.org/avibryant/clamato/ .
> Cheers,
> Avi
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