Looking for nano-Self

Jecel Assumpcao Jr squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org
Mon Oct 7 17:13:19 UTC 2002

On Sunday 06 October 2002 00:29, Brian T Rice wrote:
> However, if you are looking for an ultra-minimalist language, Jecel's
> NeoLogo and its kin are likely your best bets. Most of the other
> Self-derivative languages are less simple than his by far.

Well, NeoLogo could have been at least a little simpler if it didn't 
have to be 100% compatible with Logo. Perverting Lisp/Logo association 
lists into object was great fun and they already have the right 
semantics for inheritance when used as stacks.


This system might be interesting for Stephane's work:

[DMC 92] Christophe Dony, Jacques Malenfant, Pierre Cointe :
"Prototype-Based Languages: From a New Taxonomy to Constructive
Proposals and Their Validation", Proceedings of ACM OOPSLA'92 :
Vancouver, Canada. Sigplan Notices, Vol. 27, No. 10, pp. 201-217,
October 1992.

see http://www.lirmm.fr/~dony/prototalk/prototalk.tar.gz

-- Jecel

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