[squeak-dev] what is holding back Smalltalk?

nico petton.nicolas at gmail.com
Fri Nov 21 00:35:53 UTC 2008

Le jeudi 20 novembre 2008 à 17:28 -0600, David Mitchell a écrit :
> Most of the things that make Smalltalk great (what makes Smalltalk
> Smalltalk) are the things that hold it back for a lot of people.
> If you want a more Unixy, scripty, Smalltalkish thing with syntax
> blended C and Perl that you can hack with a text editor, try Ruby.

You may also want to try GNU Smalltalk (http://smalltalk.gnu.org).
I just started using it for my scripting tasks, and so far I think it a
lot better than Python or Ruby.

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