[squeak-dev] Re: [ANN] New FunSqueak 6

Milan Zimmermann milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca
Mon Mar 24 20:57:50 UTC 2008

On 2008 March 24, Klaus D. Witzel wrote:
> Thank you Edgar :)
> Before I forget it, during your stint outside of hyperspace, the squeak-ev
> list (Squeak in Germania) asked about MathMorphs and the Squeakland
> .image; do you have any Squeakland+MathMorphs status information which I
> could forward to them?

Hi Klaus,

Edgar and I ported the original MathMorphs (and Morphicwrappers) to 3.9. the 
main purpose was to convert the code to Monticello in hope it will invite 
easier maintenance. The main part of MathMorphs code loads and is quite 
complete, although more could always be done.

If someone is interested in using it, i would not mind maintaining it, 
although the next 3 months my time will be tight. In fairness, before people 
start using it, I would like to clarify the license. During the original port  
to SqueakSource and follow up emails I attempted to make 2 points clear:
	- That the original work is from authors at the University of Buenos Aires 
and others, we merely ported it and converted to Monticello.
	- I was trying (unsuccesfully) to find out/ask what the original licensing 
was. As a result, no license is specified. If any of the original authors 
read this, please let us know...

The main links are summarized here:

	Original Site and Code:


	Wiki, Books, and related info
Hope this helps as a start,


> TIA.
> /Klaus
> On Mon, 24 Mar 2008 12:32:06 +0100, Edgar wrote:
> > I put a new FunSqueak3.10alpha.6.image.
> >
> > To list of previous packages, I add VMmaker and SystemTracer2.
> > For loading VMmaker , I first must load Speech-Klatt.st.
> > Was last versions for 3.8, so take easy until owners update his packages.
> > I remember FunSqueak 5 have
> > RoelTyper,eCompletion,Scheduler,Seaside,Pier,Magritte.
> > Server is running
> >
> > To web team ,  please update the info and links.
> >
> > http://ftp.squeak.org/various_images/FunSqueak/FunSqueak3.10alpha.6.zip
> >
> > Enjoy and send feedback
> >
> > Edgar

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