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metacello

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  Analyzed about 7 hours ago

Metacello is a package management system for Monticello that is consistent with the important features of Monticello: * Declarative modeling * Distributed repositories * Optimistic development

42.2K lines of code

3 current contributors

about 1 year since last commit

6 users on Open Hub

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The Slate Programming Language

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

OverviewThis is the source management site for the Slate programming language. Getting StartedTo get started with Slate, you need: A VM: Some pre-built VMs are available in the Downloads section. Or, get the sources via one of our repositories (cloning an hg or git repository or extracting a ... [More] tarball), and build using 'make'. A pre-made Slate image. Download the appropriate Slate image from our Downloads section. Currently we support all little-endian systems with a GCC toolchain or Visual Studio out of the box, with either a 32-bit or 64-bit build of VM and image equally supported. Build instructions are contained within the README in the source tree. If tweaks are required for your platform, please let us know so we can improve our support. Finally, run "./slate -i imagefile.image" Release PracticesWe are not currently making versioned releases, but image snapshots with the latest core library updates are uploaded mid-month or at the end of the month after confirming basic stability. If the images are not dated recently, that should be because they're still compatible with source trees from that date onward. IssuesStability should be steadily improving, and any major crashes are worth reporting. [Less]

32.4K lines of code

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almost 3 years since last commit

4 users on Open Hub

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Croquet

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Croquet is a powerful open source software development environment for the creation and large-scale distributed deployment of multi-user virtual 3D applications and metaverses that are (1) persistent (2) deeply collaborative, (3) interconnected and (4) interoperable. The Croquet architecture ... [More] supports synchronous communication, collaboration, resource sharing and computation among large numbers of users on multiple platforms and multiple devices. [Less]

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Sophie

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Sophie is software for writing and reading rich media documents in a networked environment. Sophie’s goal is to open up the world of multimedia authoring to a wide range of people and institutions and in so doing to redefine the notion of a book or “academic paper” to include both rich media and ... [More] mechanisms for reader feedback and conversation in dynamic margins. [Less]

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RoarVM

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  Analyzed about 1 hour ago

RoarVM: The Manycore SqueakVM RoarVM is a multi- and manycore virtual machine. It is compatible with Squeak and Pharo Smalltalk and provides a standard shared memory, single image programming model. Please see the source code repository at github: http://github.com/smarr/RoarVM

363K lines of code

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over 9 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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SqueakJS

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

A Squeak VM in Javascript

46.6K lines of code

2 current contributors

about 3 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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Scorer

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Scorer is a music score learning assistant mainly designed to be used by kids. Its aim is to help music students get skillful and fast at reading pentagrams while having fun along the learning process.

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google-summer-of-code-2007-squeak

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Squeak is a Smalltalk dialect and a programming environment created by many of the original Smalltalk authors. Its first edition was released in 1996, and it's currently at version 3.9, with a 3.10 version under development. It has spawned many related projects, both non-commercial (such as ... [More] Squeakland, Croquet, Scratch, Sophie) and commercial (Plopp, DabbleDB). It's also the main developer platform for the Seaside web framework. The Squeak community is helped by the Squeak Foundation, a small organization dedicated to support Squeak's development. The Squeak Foundation will be incorporated as a 501(c) non-profit during 2007. The Squeak Foundation takes care of all the bureaucratic tasks for the community (providing funding for server and connectivity costs, etc.); all the other tasks and problems, including technical ones, are handled by the community. [Less]

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Licenses: mit

smalltalk-growl-client

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This is a tiny client to the Growl notification system, written in Pharo/Squeak Smalltalk. Currently supports only the "register" and "notify" requests. To load and learn about Growl, visit: http://www.growlforwindows.com/gfw/ To test the code, once you installed Growl, load the .st file into ... [More] your Squeak or Pharo image and find the method "Growl>>test" Code required to send a notification to your own Growl is: Growl notify: 'Download is complete'. Visit my other clients: - Twitter http://code.google.com/p/twitter-client/ - DynDNS http://code.google.com/p/dyndns-client/ Join: http://twitter.com/ccrosetti [Less]

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pi-monte-carlo

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Pi number approximation by Monte Carlo simulation method. This class is written in Pharo/Squeak Smalltalk and is a placeholder for simulation methods. Join: http://twitter.com/ccrosetti

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Licenses: mit