jhinsley at telinco.co.uk
Sat Jan 12 23:50:54 UTC 2002
Gary McGovern wrote:
> Thank you very much John, that's good information. But I'm quite sure Squeak
> Central could have manipulated Java to have those features (licenses
> It's not just the kids that like dynamic programming ;-),I like it and I'm
> sure NASA would find it useful. As I originally said, I prefer the Squeak
> technology. I was thinking people.
Just a thought:
another approach (altogether!) would be to use Squeak to output files in
another language. For example, Small Eiffel (and, no doubt, other
Eiffels) can output C code (to be compiled with gcc) and Java byte code.
Of course, there are disadvantages, as well as advantages, to doing
stuff this way ;-).
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