[ANNC][FEATURE] flow 1.1b1 released, includes Linux support
karl.ramberg at chello.se
Sat Sep 2 18:12:03 UTC 2000
Hi, reading your SqueakBook chapter
(netjam.org/squeakBookChapter/streamingAudio.html) I got tempted to listen to the
music etc. Now I'm wondering how I should approach this: do I need a UNIX/LINUX
x86 with Squeak to use this stuff or can I just file this into my mac and enjoy
the flow ? If not, will a mac version be available ?
Thanks in advance,
Craig Latta wrote:
> Yay! My Unix machines are more than playthings now! Well, *better*
> playthings anyway. :)
> I've just made a new release (1.1b1) of 'flow', a client/server support
> framework. It runs on systems which provide 'pthreads', in particular,
> Linux and most other Unix systems. I'm told that Windows NT also has
> pthreads support. I'd be interested in hearing if it works there (I
> don't have access to an NT system).
> As far as I know, lesser versions of win32 don't provide pthreads. To
> run on those systems, grab the previous release (1b5, which *only*
> supports win32). The two releases are equivalent in functionality; I'll
> unify the sources in a future release.
> Thanks in advance for any feedback!
> have fun,
> Craig Latta
> composer and computer scientist
> craig.latta at netjam.org
> crl at watson.ibm.com
> Smalltalkers do: [:it | All with: Class, (And love: it)]
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