Looking for good souls
hilaire at ext.cri74.org
Sat Apr 22 08:56:24 UTC 2006
Morphic is really cool. I suggest - if not already done - you install
from SqueakMap (world menu, Open...->SqueakMap Package Loader) the
"ProgrammingMorph" package. It is an interactive tutorial on some of the
When dealing with graphic I have found Morph to be quite fast, and it is
globaly pretty cool to programming.
I am wondering what is the level of compatibility with Tweak
programming? Tweak looks very nice, (but seems slower, why? because of
AA?), I also hope to see it soon in stable version of Squeak.
Nagy Attila a écrit :
> Dear Good Souls,
> I am a newcomer to the world of Squeak and Smalltalk, but already an
> experienced programmer in some other languages (including Java, which I
> think I'll never use again :) ) I would like to dive into developing
> useful applications in Squeak, but don't really know where to start,
> right now I am trying to familiarize myself with Morphic programming.
> So, if this collective of Good Souls is together, I'd be the first one
> to sign up to the new squeak-starters list. Thanks for the great idea -
> sounds just like what I've been looking for!
> Hilaire Fernandes írta:
>> I can try to help.
>> stephane ducasse a écrit :
>>> Hi all
>>> I would like to have a list for newbies: squeak-starters
>>> because (I see it now with my students) newbies are really afraid to
>>> experience with python mailing-list doing the same are a success so we
>>> should learn.
>>> Now I would like to have a couple of good souls to help me answering
>>> the questions
>>> on this squeak-starters mailing-list.
>>> So if we are 4 or 5 we win!
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