[squeak-dev] Looking for Squeak-80
Edgar J. De Cleene
edgardec2005 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 6 11:43:00 UTC 2012
On 7/5/12 11:39 PM, "Blake McBride" <blake at mcbride.name> wrote:
> I have been following Squeak for years but have been intimidated by its
> complexity (projects, worlds, morphic, etc.). I'd love to see a scaled down
> Squeak that simply attempts to provide Smalltalk-80 as originally defined in
> the original books. It doesn't have to be utterly exact but much simpler than
> what is provided in full-blown squeak. I was just wondering if there is any
> stripped down version like this. (Not just stripped down but very similar to
> the original smalltalk-80)
> On another note, in the past I spent a small amount of time trying to figure
> out how to write a business application (data entry dialogs, etc.) with
> squeak. I purchased the available squeak books but had no luck. They all
> show how to do a bunch of fancy graphic maneuvers but none showed how to
> create a dialog with controls. (Granted, I didn't spend too much time with
> it.) Having a number of business-like examples like modeless and modal
> dialogs, controls, grids, etc. would be really great. This way people could
> easily start using Squeak at work. A book, "Business applications with
> Squeak" is needed.
> Blake McBride
You could try Cuis http://www.jvuletich.org/Cuis/Index.html
If full Cuis still scares you , I have a reduced version originated from a
work Juan what is at this time the most complete / smaller .
In 2.5 mb you have a nice scaled down Morphic with same Network as Squeak
On top of this you could put some logic and have WebClient and start with
Cuis have some fans and a Spanish list in our
Forget is a Spanish list for talk about everything and send questions in
English and sure have answers.
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