Category Archives: Smalltalk

Gemstone/S Application Example – HbbTV Playout System

The last two weeks we had two elections here in Germany – one in Schleswig-Holstein and last weekend in Nordrhein-Westfalen in Düsseldorf. As mentioned in an earlier posting we already used Gemstone/S as our database during the election for the … Continue reading

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PUM – Overall Application Structure

Sometimes its not clear, where PUM is targeting – a graphic may show this much better. In this graphics one can see the general application structure we have used with PUM and the other languages against Gemstone/S database in several … Continue reading

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PUM – Adding JavaDoc support

With the version today I added initial JavaDoc support in the generated source code.

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PUM – Updating VASmalltalk Generator

When looking around the generators I noticed, that I forgot to made several changes to the VASmalltalk generator (e.g. remove the needs for cookies). Therefore the runtime had to be changed and I changed the created methods for VA to … Continue reading

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PUM – Dolphin7 – just for fun

When working on PUM today I started by random Dolphin7 and looked around a bit and then decided to do initial work for a code generator. Dolphin7 is quite a nice target, because it is Smalltalk and it can produce … Continue reading

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PUM – Adding C# as a supported language …

Another language added to PUM – though in an early state, but the first program has been coded on an Android device via C# and Xamarin and it got its result … The language binding was mainly driven by the … Continue reading

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PUM – Adding Java to the supported languages

This weekend was a Java weekend. Never really worked before with that language, but a customer wanted a Java interface for our product, so I had to implement a Java-8 generator to PUM. More or less three days were needed … Continue reading

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