[Vm-dev] TZAG everyone! I'm a Coyo,
and I'm interested in SqueaksVM development. Hope you dont mind if i
poke in here :3
coyo at parlementum.net
Mon Feb 13 00:13:16 UTC 2012
On Sun, February 12, 2012 7:02 am, David T. Lewis wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 02:32:33AM -0600, Alex Maurin wrote:
>> Hey all, my name is Coyo / Alex, either one is fine.
>> I recently discovered OpenCobalt, and one of the developers there
>> me at Squeak. it seems an interesting language.
>> The developer in question has a youtube tutorial series, and since i
>> already have virtualbox installed, i looked at the download options, and
>> supposed that a vm option would be fascinating.
>> I dont know why a language would need its own virtual machine or
>> system, but i guess i'm about to find out! :D
>> This should be fun.
> Hello Coyo,
> Here is the classic "Back to the Future" paper that will help you
> where Squeak (and later OpenCobalt) comes from, and how it implements its
> own virtual machine to host a live object environment:
*opens in another tab*
> As you can tell from looking OpenCobalt, a great deal of development and
> change has taken place since that paper was written.
> Other mailing lists of interest for Squeak are here:
> The list for the related Pharo project is here:
*has heard of pharo, and opens this in another tab as well*
> If you are looking at OpenCobalt, you will probably find the squeak-dev
> list to be a good place to ask general questions.
Yes, sir. I'll be sure to subscribe to that, Dave.
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