GNU Smalltalk Monthly Digest (April 2011)

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Welcome to GNU Smalltalk (GST) monthly digest, a place to find a summary of happenings from the world of GST. If you don't know what GST is, you can look at [1] to learn more about this beautiful programming language.

Here are some of the news happened last month:

  • Nicolas Petton announced Jtalk. Jtalk is an implementation of the Smalltalk language that runs on top of the JavaScript runtime:

http://forum.world.st/Jtalk-a-Smalltalk-for-web-developers-td3354669.htm...

  • Gwenael Casaccio is now a part of Planet GNOME:

http://smalltalk.gnu.org/blog/mrgwen/hello-planet-gnome

  • GNU Smalltalk 3.2.4 released:

http://smalltalk.gnu.org/blog/mrgwen/gnu-smalltalk-3-2-4

  • GNU Smalltalk 4.1 is also released:

http://forum.world.st/GNU-Smalltalk-4-1-released-td3419830.html

  • Mathieu Suen explains how to use MiniDebugger, a command line debugger for GST:

http://smalltalk.gnu.org/blog/mathk/how-use-minideubgger

  • The WebQA did an interview with Nicolas Petton:

http://www.thewebqa.com/javascript/nicolas-petton-on-smalltalk-on-the-ja...

  • Chasing memory leaks:

http://forum.world.st/Strategy-to-finding-memleaks-td3438067.html

[1] GNU Smalltalk is a free implementation of the Smalltalk-80 programming language. It runs on most POSIX compatible operating systems (including GNU/Linux, of course), as well as under Windows. Smalltalk is a dynamic, purely object-oriented programming language, also well-versed in scripting tasks. You can get more information from:

http://smalltalk.gnu.org/

Mailing list:

http://smalltalk.gnu.org/community/ml
http://forum.world.st/Gnu-f1290346.html

Blogs:

http://smalltalk.gnu.org/blog

Wiki:

http://smalltalk.gnu.org/wiki

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