Is there a Linux version of Squeak 3.6 release?
lex at cc.gatech.edu
Sat Feb 7 15:40:02 UTC 2004
jim guo <jigme1968 at tom.com> wrote:
> Thank you all. It's not a big problem. May I didn't install it right but it
> couldn't find a browser when I click on the links in welcome morph. I
> rememberthat it was not the same with the 3.4 version or on Windows.
> I'm shifting back to Linux now so I am a bit nervous if Squeak users are
> mainlyusing it on Windows and then Linux versions may be late and less
I do my PhD research in Squeak, and use Linux to do it. Ian seems
keenly interested in Squeak/unix. The Georgia Tech crowd runs most of
the swikis on Linux and Solaris. So, there is plenty of interest and
some of that interest is willing to do a little maintanance as well.
You don't need to worry.
Incidentally, you do sometimes need to look for patches, e.g. to run
Squeak/Unix with a 3.7 image. Official updates are often separated by a
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