[squeak-dev] Re: Terse Guide for Squeak (was: [Newbies] How to give numbers/anything to my program?)

Sean P. DeNigris sean at clipperadams.com
Sat Nov 27 15:09:08 UTC 2010

Casey Ransberger-2 wrote:
> I've been thinking that maybe the folks interested in docs might revive
> Mr.
> Kahler's HyperCard implementation for Squeak. We have a lovely opportunity
> to have live objects in our docs that users can yank out of the page and
> play with.
Chris Cunnington has a cool screencast at
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgJHShom8uc&feature=youtube_gdata about using
a StackMorph as a hypercard.

Casey Ransberger-2 wrote:
> I think the coolest bit of tutorial work I've seen lately is Ted Kahler's
> Text Field for LObjects specification, which is an "active essay" in which
> the code that describes the text fields is presented right on the page
> next
> to the examples.
This is amazing.  This is blue plane stuff and what I aspire to in my
documentation.  It truly uses the computer for something more interesting
than simulating paper.  IIRC there was recently a dl link on VRI's FONC

Casey Ransberger-2 wrote:
> This is off-topic, but does anyone have Connectors working in Squeak
> Trunk?
I've been using Connectors in 4.1.

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