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The absolute beginners guide - Part I - for gnu-smalltalk/gtk (Toplevel window)

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Ok, here's my first blog-entry.

Because I wanted to start with gnu-smalltalk - and smalltalk at all - I was trying to find some information on how to start. The most tutorials in the web are based on VisualWorks and are not really helpful for me, trying to start with gnu-smalltalk. Hopefully, with the GTK-Launcher http://smalltalk.gnu.org/blog/mrgwen the thing will change, but you still have to know, how to handle the GTK-Stuff with gnu-smalltalk.

And that's what the beginning of my blog is about.

GtkLauncher 0.2.0

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Hi,

I'm proud to announce a new version of GtkLauncher an IDE for GNU Smalltalk.
In this version there is a support of syntax highlighter in the browser,
handling of per-workspace variables, and an improved inspector with adapted
views and you can dive/back in the inspector.


imagik.fr

Have a look at : http://gtklauncher.bioskop.fr.

Cheers,
Gwenael Casaccio

Just a few Smalltalk questions

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I have the following questions being new to GNUSmalltalk:

a) What the name used for 3rd party packages?

b) I was wondering, how does obtain a list of GNUSmalltalk 3rd-party libraries via the command line?

c) What's the goal of the image in GNUSmalltalk? Is it to maintain what 3rd-party libraries are loaded

   into GST?

d) Are there plans to make it possible to load 3rd-party libraries outside of the command prompt?

    For example, 

    gst install 

GtkLauncher

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Hi,

GtkLauncher has its own website : http://gtklauncher.bioskop.fr/

Forget Safari, Firefox, IE 8, ...

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Now we have GST-Web Browser ;)


imagik.fr

The only thing that you need is GtkWebKit ;)

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