[ANN] Karel's World registered on SqueakMap, uploaded to Squeakland-BSS

Alan Kay Alan.Kay at squeakland.org
Sun Apr 6 19:29:37 UTC 2003

The balloon help on the (O) on the script says that this will put the 
script away without hurting it. There is balloon help on just about 
everything in the etoy system.




At 8:13 PM +0200 4/6/03, Stephane Ducasse wrote:
>Hi ned
>this sounds really good. Thanks for that.
>I just have a question how can I not destroy a script once I dragged 
>it from the viewer (to see its definition) and I do not want to see 
>it anymore.
>On Sunday, April 6, 2003, at 06:24 PM, Ned Konz wrote:
>>On Sunday 06 April 2003 09:13 am, Stephane Ducasse wrote:
>>>I know but what I want to explain is normal traditional not fun
>>>like in Smalltalk ;)
>>>One principle I try to apply is that I can only write on what I
>>>know well and I only know well how to program in traditional
>>>programming languages ;)
>>>Seriously one of the problem is that I do not have a school to test
>>>full time eToy and learn from the experience so I stay in a domain
>>>I know. I think that what kim is writing can be really interesting
>>>because they have experience and the time to do it.
>>Well, just for an example, I've made a version of Karel the Robot
>>using eToys. This is pretty much my first full eToy project.
>>It's called "Karel's World" on SqueakMap, and "Karel's World.002.pr"
>>on Squeakland-BSS.
>>Ned Konz
>Prof. Dr. Stéphane DUCASSE
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