[squeak-dev] Why would you choose Squeak today?
herbertkoenig at gmx.net
Mon Sep 24 12:34:44 UTC 2012
> No flame war intended. Maybe this topic has been discussed on this
> list, but I've never found a satisfactory conclusion. With "today" I
> mean why to start a software project *from scratch* with Squeak?
shows a similar discussion. Especially my reply in that thread is still
I have legacy software in Squeak (mainly 3.8) part of which I could
easily (no change?) port to 4.2 because it benefited from Cog. This is a
good reason to start new projects in Squeak because I feel confident
that if I ever need to port them to a future version it will be painless.
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