Juan Manuel Vuletich's Smalltalk projects
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I love Smalltalk, and specially Squeak. Here you can find Smalltalk
stuff I want to share. All this is free for any use, without any obligation
on you or warranty from me. The only I ask is to give credit to me in the
way you find appropiate.
Squeak is powerful, portable and open source Smalltalk. It's being developed
now by the same people who invented Object Oriented Programming and the
Smalltalk environment in the 70's. Read more at the Squeak
Introduction to Morphic
Morphic is Squeak's new User Interface. I wrote this Morphic
Intoductory Article that includes a description, some historic background
and the programming styles it supports. (I wrote it on 4/2000. Please note
that Squeak is constantly changing.)
PhotoSqueak is my Image Processing project in Squeak. It started as a course
project, and the name "PhotoSqueak" was suggested by Bijan Parsia. (Thanks
This is the lab project of the Image Processing course I took at the
University of Buenos Aires during the 1st semester of 2000. Some noteworthy
Later, I enhanced it, resulting in PhotoSqueak 2.0. But this
description is quite complete, and includes several screenshots,
so you can see what it can do. You can also download this version if you
Implementation of an important set of Image Processing algorithms and techniques.
Use of the C code generation in Squeak for high performance numerical algorithms,
with full Smalltalk code too.
Morphic user interface.
This is the lab project of the second Image Processing course I took
at the University of Buenos Aires during the 1st semester of 2001. It includes
a lot of new algorithms, and an better UI. Anyway, it's still far from
a final user application.
Squeak port for OS/2
Being completely portable, people of it's user community have ported it
to most existing platforms. I did and mantain the Squeak
In a course on Software Engineering at the University I had to do a networked
Game. It is client/server, Internet based, and the GUI is Morphic.
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