Monthly Archives: January 2012

Graphical Programming

History is repeating again and again. The idea of graphical programming – as known in VASmalltalk – is used by other also. Here a new candidate – and with the new “silver” bullet: Ruby. DSPRobotics Advertisements

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LibHaru – Windows Build for 2.3.0RC2

Simply due to new work on my libHaru interface app I needed the newest version of libHaru. You may download version 2.1.0 for Windows from the libHaru site. Building libHaru under Windows is time consuming – strange stuff and lots … Continue reading

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SmalltalkInspect – #013, Squeak e.V. in Deutschland

In der 13.ten Folge unseres Podcast informiert uns Esther Mietzsch vom Squeak e.V. über Squeak in der Ausbildung und Zielsetzung des Vereines. Viel Spaß dabei

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VASmalltalk – 0MQ and Linux

Ok, I tried the stuff today under Ubuntu 10.10 (with standard libzmq 2.0.6 beta) and it crashed. Then I had to downloaded source code for 2.1.1 (stable version) and compiled and installed the stuff and it worked out of the … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – 0MQ – moving target …

With each day doing some work with this framework the wrappers changes. Actually the code from yesterday is snow from yesterday and everything is melting away 🙂 I rearranged and change the class hierarchy and now each Smalltalk item in … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – 0MQ – Request and Reply example

Here is another example from the user guide of 0MQ: a classical server-client communication: Ask and Ye Shall Receive example in the 0MQ Guide Execute in the workspace: context := ZMQCore newContext: 1. special class with additional logic. somehow the … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – 0MQ

Ok, in the last posting you saw a very simple example and the plain code using the low-level Smalltalk wrapper around the API. Here – after changing the structure – a more OO like approach in a sense of programming … Continue reading

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