[Vm-dev] Re: Simulate "3+4" with InterpreterSimulator
bert at freudenbergs.de
Mon Mar 29 13:49:14 UTC 2010
On 29.03.2010, at 00:50, Michael van der Gulik wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 4:25 AM, Ang BeePeng <beepeng86 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Michael van der Gulik-2 wrote:
>>> That is awesome!
>>> Can I ask very nicely if somebody could put the resulting image up on
>>> http://squeakvm.org in an appropriately findable place, preferably
>>> with a workspace set up with cool bits of code?
>>> Does it specifically need VM version 3.9.2?
>> Hi, I have a http://askoh.com/mwiki/images/b/be/InterpreterSimulator.zip
>> InterpreterSimulator set up. Unzip, and you can play around with it
>> already. Please let me know if you have any problem with it.
>> I think it does need 3.9 VM specifically, you can search previous nabble
>> post about this.
> This is awesome! :-). I'm amazed that computers are fast enough to run
> this on a FULL image these days!!!
> It runs kind of okay on my 3.11 Linux VM. There seems to be a font
> problem; the workspace isn't drawing any text, although you can select
> it where text is meant to be. Also event handling is a bit odd; the VM
> doesn't seem to react even though CPU usage on the machine is near 0%.
> Are you willing to tidy this up enough for putting on e.g.
> ftp.squeak.org? I think this image is a great asset! It needs:
> * You don't need the "package-cache", "sm" and "cs" directories. All
> that stuff is in the image already.
> * You can delete SqueakDebug.log.
> * I don't know what the file .DS_store is, but its optional too.
> * There's a halt in InterpreterSimulator>>lookupMethodInClass:
> If you aren't willing to do this, I'll see if I can find free time this week.
Same here - runs fine on the latest Mac VM, but StrikeFonts do not show correctly.
You should remove the Windows VM from the zip, it's not needed. Anyone interested in this work will have a VM already ;-)
- Bert -
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