the Difficulty of using squeak

John Pierce john.raymond.pierce at
Wed May 11 22:56:10 UTC 2005

On 5/11/05, Patrick Mauritz <oxygene at> wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, 11. Mai 2005 23:24 schrieb Avi Bryant:
> > Ross seems to be talking specifically about
> squeak mostly has issues with having thousands of classes by default that
> you'll never need - that's pretty distracting when trying to figure out if
> you can reuse something.
> but that's part of the squeak splitting effort, right? (btw, what's the 
> status
> on that?)

Microsoft .NET 1.1 has something like 3800 classes in the framework, yet it 
gets lots of mindshare in the community. Not sure the class count deters 


If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere. 
-- Frank A. Clark
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