I am working on GSM/SS7 protocol implementation on and off for a bit. The current modules can be found in these git repositories.
Right now I am working on parsing and creating ISDN User Part (ISUP) messages and the general question of how to express on-wire messages composed from mandantory, variable and optional fields (class based vs. instance based). For now I am using a class based approach as this allows me to have field decoding/encoding inside these classes but I am not sure if this is the best way and will keep on exploring it.
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- libreadline-dev li>
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- make install
Hello Planet GNOME,
I am happy to be included on Planet GNOME ;)
My name is Gwenael, I live in the North of France near Lille
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lille) and I am working
on an IDE for GNU Smalltalk (and thus improving the GTK binding
of GNU Smalltalk). GNU Smalltalk is a free implementation of the
Smalltalk language (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smalltalk).
Since two years I am working on this IDE named VisualGST
(https://github.com/MrGwen/gst-visualgst). The goal of
VisualGST is to provided modern all the widgets that
GTK has with the dynamicity of Smalltalk and also to
provide a nice experience for the user. So let me present
you VisualGST ;-)
Ubuntu usually comes with an older version of GNU Smalltalk. To install a healthy GNU Smalltalk development environment which includes an IDE as well, here are the steps:
- Download the latest stable version (currently 3.2.4) using FTP: