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"Slinging worlds back and forth rellay doesn't define our community."And yet you just participated. You didn't event answer any of the assertions/questions directly--instead preferring to respond with assertion after assertion of your own without any data:"Smalltalk builds great programmers."How and why? What is a Lisp/Haskell/OCaml/Erlang/Oz programmer going to learn from Smalltalk that will make them a "great" programmer? "Squeak, and Smalltalk have a lot to add."Like what?"Programming itself is changing and embracing the techniques born in Smalltalk."Again, another useless assertion. How is programming changing and embracing those techniques? If you've been paying attention, a lot of people are getting excited about Erlang and Haskell. Where does mutable stateful objects fit in with those languages?"If you haven't noticed that Smalltalk was right all along then you haven't been paying attention."Right about what, exactly? See above. Do you have any substantive arguments? http://obzqsqryrbc.com [url=http://wpaultguf.com]wpaultguf[/url] [link=http://qtmgkfehlo.com]qtmgkfehlo[/link]
422015-10-09 01:29:49+18 -1 line(s)[View this version, source] [Diff to current|previous]
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Squeak is prdtocoiun ready has never used Squeak in prdtocoiun. Recently quite a prominent member of the Squeak community seriously considered moving to Java because he could not get uptimes bigger than a two days. It turned out Delays and Semaphores (!!!) were broken all time along. There are dozens of issues like this. One example is that the settings of the GC are tuned for memory sizes of about 1 MB. Don't even get me started about the 1 GB and 120 MB memory issues which tend to crash the image. Or the bugs in ClassBuilder, InterpreterSimulator, Decompiler, .... You need to have several Squeak images per CPU because there is a limit to the amount of punishment a single Squeak image can take. Squeak itself is heavily forked (Squeak, Croquet, Sophie, SqueakLand, SmallLand, ... ). All the code in the image in unmaintained. There are teams but most of the time they don't even integrate submitted fixes for bugs. Development of these packages has stopped. The same situation for the VM. The only VM that is maintened is the Mac VM. The Windows VM will only get new builds if the maintainer needs some fixes for himself. The Unix VM is unmainted. The maintainer of the main VM code publically stated he will do shit unless someone pays him. Squeak is fully of ugly shit code that has just been hacked in for abandoned experiments. That http server Seaside uses on Squeak? Unmaintained and has bugs with HTTP 1.1. That really is just a small list of issues Squeak has.GNU Smalltalk is the only open source Smallalk I know about. Squeak is not open source. http://qwoafmr.com [url=http://zhtwazvkrmo.com]zhtwazvkrmo[/url] [link=http://kflmlzo.com]kflmlzo[/link]
402015-09-21 01:27:29+18 -1 line(s)[View this version, source] [Diff to current|previous]
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392015-09-20 07:00:40+1 -18 line(s)[View this version, source] [Diff to current|previous]
Thanks for your interesting diosissucn. Slinging worlds back and forth really doesn't define our community. Smalltalk is only what the developers and the community does with it. From my perspective everything is possible with Smalltalk. We are not limited any more or less then other languages. Squeak is a very new community, still learning to walk without a corporate sponsor. I would say that we are hanging together extremely well. As for the production quality of Squeak. There is no question that it is and will be production quality software for a long time to come. Production quality comes from developers that can deliver production quality software. I've seen plenty of bad code in many different languages. If you look seriously at fundamental limitations of the language itself you will find plenty, but you will find the same situation in every language. Finding solutions given your tools is the job of experienced developers. You will find no better qualified developers in any language. Smalltalk is not dead or dying. It is difficult for some people to understand. For those that do get it, it is so much easier then anything else. For those that don't get it, no amount of polish will help them understand. Anyone interested in Object Oriented Programming should study Smalltalk. If you can get it there, where everything is an object, you can transfer your knowledge anywhere. Smalltalk builds great programmers. Great programmers create terrific programs. Squeak, and Smalltalk have a lot to add. Programming itself is changing and embracing the techniques born in Smalltalk. Distributed dynamic software is not dying it is becoming essential. If you haven't noticed that Smalltalk was right all along then you haven't been paying attention. Wait and see,- Ron Teitelbaum
382015-08-23 03:21:03+1 -1 line(s)[View this version, source] [Diff to current|previous]
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172005-04-30 01:50:26+1 -1 line(s)[View this version, source] [Diff to current|previous]
added link to your-first-implementation, changed wording introducing category-implementations (arcus)
162005-04-02 05:33:05+1 -1 line(s)[View this version, source] [Diff to current|previous]
Fix spelling, grammar, and redundancy in same sentence. (Michael-Micek)
152005-04-02 04:29:53+1 -1 line(s)[View this version, source] [Diff to current|previous]
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rewrite with grammatical correctness and improved style
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92004-10-27 04:43:47+1 -0 line(s)[View this version, source] [Diff to current|previous]
Added latent-typing to list of scheme features.(Jonathan-Arkell)
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r2q2 added dynamic scope link
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r2q2 fixed lexical link
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Renamed that long page
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