Author Archives: schrievkrom

PUMModeller – Gemstone/S – Programming View

Every platform has different needs – the same with Gemstone. For each target a programming model is needed. This programming model is created by offering a library for the programmer. While the CodeGenerator under C# supports an internal RAM-database and … Continue reading

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PUMModeller – Gemstone/S source code generator

Somewhere around 2009 I did some posts here about my own modelling tool. Due to changing targets we were now in the need to reproduce our production model (used in C#) in Gemstone (some kind of work-of-proof) and I am … Continue reading

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SmalltalkInspect – Gemstone Monthly 01/2014 – GarbageCollection

We have published a new podcast episode about Gemstone – this time we speak about GarbageCollection. The episode is named Gemstone Monthly 01/2014 – GarbageCollection. Enjoy the episode and thanks to all contributors to this episode.

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SmalltalkInspect – Gemstone Monthly 12/2013

Our Christmas episode is out – this time it is named Gemstone Monthly 12/2013. Enjoy the episode and thanks to all contributors to this episode.

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VASmalltalk – 0MQ 4.0, Stream Socket as a client

In the last posting I showed the usage of the new stream socket as a server socket under VASmalltalk by building a small HTTP server example. This time I want to show the usage of this socket as a client … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – 0MQ 4.0 and the stream socket

0MQ uses a framed message technique when sending/receiving their messages over network. The problem is, that a program with a plain socket can not connect to the 0MQ infrastructure. With release 4.0 the developers have introduced a special socket, which … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – Service Discovery using czmq, zeromq

From my previous postings you may know, that I played pretty much with an external library named ZeroMQ . The main goal was to move the work of the plain interprocess away from the Smalltalk engine to external threads. My … Continue reading

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