example network apps?

Alan Kay Alan.Kay at disney.com
Fri Oct 29 20:51:52 UTC 1999

There's also Lex's browser (called Scamper -- look in the "open" menu), and
John Maloney's pop email client (also in "open" menu item). Also the Swiki
which runs on top of PWS ...




At 9:52 AM -0800 10/29/99, Bolot Kerimbaev wrote:
>You may look at PWS (PluggableWebServer) that's already in Squeak
>distribution. Also, you may want to check out Comanche (web server and
>more - coming up soon)
>MuSwiki is a must-see (work by Lex Spoon)
>On Fri, 29 Oct 1999, Mark Morrissey wrote:
>> Does anyone have any example network programs in Squeak of which I could
>> get a copy? I haven't programmed in smalltalk in about 9 years, but since I
>> found that Squeak has network primitives, my old fascination with smalltalk
>> has been rekindled.
>> I teach graduate level network protocols and programming courses and would
>> like my students to see example frameworks for network programming from as
>> many different environments as possible. So if someone has some example
>> programs that they would be willing to share with me, I would appreciate it.
>> As a side note: under both WinNT and Solaris 2.7 (Squeak 2.5 and 2.6), I am
>> unable to get even the ping test to run. Am I missing something obvious?
>> Thank you,
>> --mark
>> ---
>> Mark Morrissey            Director of Special Projects
>> markm at cse.ogi.edu         The Oregon Graduate Institute
>> (503) 748-7053            Department of Computer Science and Engineering

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