gabriele renzi wrote:My understanding is that they've been quite careful to keep it
> I think the point of ambrai ST is to be "The SmallTalk For OSX".
> VisualWorks, Squeak, and other vendor do provide linux compatibility,
portable, so that a version for Linux or Windows would "simply" be a
matter of reimplementing the UI framework. Whether or not they ever
actually do that work is another matter; the Mac OS space is certainly
a niche that needed filling, but competing on Windows or Linux would be
And it's "Smalltalk" not "SmallTalk". That capital T tends to be a
BTW, some people on this list might be amused by the following post
> My first Smalltalk (non-ruby) CommandLine Application
> 1) Create a file called test.st:
> #!/usr/bin/smalltalk -r
> 2) call chmod +x test.st
> 3) execute:
> I've been doing smalltalk on and off for about ten years. Never wrote
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