Collection interfaces

James A. Robertson jarober at mail.com
Sun Mar 25 18:57:38 CEST 2001


As to the LessonBrowser, it's part of the non-commercial product.  When
you open the system up, there it is



topmind wrote:
> 
> >
> >
> http://www.cincom.com:80/scripts/smalltalk.exe/gettingstarted/index.asp?cont
> > ent=trysmalltalknc
> >
> 
> It seems to be wacked out right now.
> 
> > Pardon the word wrapping my news client does. There's no spaces in the
> > above.
> >
> > That should get you to a place where you can download the lesson browser
> > (thanks again to Mark Windholtz, great job!) and the tutorial (thanks to
> Jim
> > F. as well).
> >
> 
> Lesson browser download?
> 
> The last thing I need is yet more foriegn software on my PC making it crash
> more and confusing other DLL's.
> 
> Please, HTML.
> 
> >...site runs on
> > Microsoft ASP VSscript instead of Smalltalk?
> >
> > Naw. Jim isn't afraid of anything. At least, nothing on Usenet!
> >
> > Me either :)
> >
> > The rest of the Cincom site, and the old Smalltalk portion of the site,
> does
> > indeed not run on Smalltalk. We'll get it all moved over eventually :)
> >
> > Heck, my own business unit, which is very into VisualWave, understands
> that
> > we have to use JavaScript on our pages to drive the browsers. There's
> > nothing wrong with being multi-lingual.
> >
> > >
> > > Do Chevy salesmen drive Fords?
> >
> > Some do. I work for Cincom and use both our Smalltalk products, I actually
> > prefer ObjectStudio when I'm doing Windows specific work, but I also have
> > Squeak and Dolphin around and have experimented with both.
> >
> > > -tmind-
> >
> >

-- 
James A. Robertson
Product Manager (Smalltalk), Cincom
jarober at mail.com
<Talk Small and Carry a Big Class Library>



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