[Ann][Goodie] SVI -- a VI for Squeak.
Stephan B. Wessels
swessels at one.net
Tue Apr 9 03:43:40 UTC 2002
I remember TECO and I don't consider myself old. :)
Remember the old RSTS/E magazine? I remember once there was an issue with a
photograph of a Teco truck on the cover and everyone was asked to write in
and guess why it said Teco.
PDP-11 running macro-11 and DEC FORTRAN on RT-11. Now that was fun. I
remember sitting around our very first 5MB multi-platter Kennedy hard drive
with some other developers and we were all telling each other how we could
NEVER fill up 5 megabytes. Our problems were over...
On 4/8/02 11:09 PM, "Tim Rowledge" <tim at sumeru.stanford.edu> wrote:
> Steve S <sps2000 at mail.com> is claimed by the authorities to have written:
>> SVI is modelled on VIM. I realize that for some people, this may be an
>> appauling thought. VI for Smalltalk has the ring of an oxymoron. But for
>> those who understand the power of the dot...
> And in the true spirit of sharing I offer you....
> Yes at long last, a TECO for Smalltalk. Obviously, to truly be in the
> spirit of TECO, there is
> a) no documentation whatsoever
> b) no actual code. Exercise for the student and all that.
> The only bit I can remember from my TECO using days (yes, I really am
> that old, I had to write a thesis using it on a Tek thermal printer
> terminal) was a description of an instruction I don't even remember the
> name of:-
> ... this instruction does nothing. But it does it *very fast*.
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