[Squeakland] Seeking Tutorials on Serial Port I/O in Squeak

Eric Eisaman eric.eisaman at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 11:23:56 PST 2007

Good Day Mathew,

I am very encouraged by your help. I will be studying your code and perhaps
get back to you with further questions.

Eric Eisaman

On Dec 3, 2007 3:12 PM, Matthew Fulmer <tapplek at gmail.com> wrote:

>  On Mon, Dec 03, 2007 at 06:09:46AM +1000, Eric Eisaman wrote:
> >    Hello Squeakers,
> >
> >    For some time now I have been building capacity in myself and my
> students
> >    to engage handcrafted peripherals in Squeak programs.  Are there any
> >    programming tutorials which taper a new learner into this type of
> venture
> >    in maybe EToys with some added Smalltalk code?
> I just finished a class project in which I created a custom
> morph, with etoys support (custom tile selectors), and connected
> it to an external USB port via FFI and a vendor library. The
> project was a Gauge Morph, to which a tile script was attached
> that read a new temperature from the usb port on each morph
> tick.
> The code is at http://www.squeaksource.com/gauge.html .  I tried
> to well-comment the complex parts (like how to add custom tile
> selectors to custom morphs)
> A demo project is at
> http://www.public.asu.edu/~mtfulmer/GaugeProject.002.pr . You
> will need to load the mcz package first
> --
> Matthew Fulmer -- http://mtfulmer.wordpress.com/
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