Thursday, February 17, 2011

 

Multi Avatar Cobalt

Lawson shares a picture of a multi avatar cobalt.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

 

German Smalltalk Podcast

There is a new german Smalltalk podcast online:

http://smalltalkinspect.podspot.de

Joachim, Marten and Sebastian talk about Smalltalk versions and events.

 

Best Creative Hack Of The Year

The Squeak VM had problems on Linux caused by using UUID's. It was not a Smalltalk or VM problem - but a bug that exists in some versions of libuuid on some Linux distributions. This bug was really annoying since from time to time someone complained about it (either on Squeak or Pharo lists).

This was now finally fixed by Levente Uzoni and he is now honored with the "Best Creative Hack Of The Year" award by the vm-developers. Thanks Levente!

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

 

CloudforkSSO – OpenID and OAuth support for Smalltalk With the Cloudfork

With the CloudforkSSO library you can let the users of your Seaside web application login using their Google or Yahoo accounts. Cool!

Monday, February 14, 2011

 

Seaside 3.0 for Gemstone

James Foster updated the Seaside 3 Tutorial for Gemstone.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

 

Squeak 4.2

Squeak 4.2 is released.

 

IWST @ ESUG 2011

There is a call for papers on the IWST @ ESUG 2011 (International Workshop on Smalltalk Technologies in Edinburgh, Scotland). Read more.

 

Another Pharo success story

There is a new large Argentinian application based on Pharo. Read more here.

Friday, February 11, 2011

 

Aida 6.2

Janko announced the Aida Web Framework Spring edition

Saturday, February 05, 2011

 

JNIPort 2.0 for VisualWorks, Pharo and Squeak

JNIPort is a Smalltalk library which allows Java code to be invoked from
Smalltalk. It acts as a bridge between the world of Smalltalk objects and a
Java Virtual Machine (JVM) where Java code is executing.

Good news for the version 2.0: JNIPort can now be used in Pharo and Squeak.
Read more.

Thursday, February 03, 2011

 

Origins of the Collection protocol

Funny (hi)story on the Smalltalk collection protocol!

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