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Self for Linux

Self is a object-oriented programming language. It has a syntax is similar to Smalltalk but uses prototypes and delegation instead of classes and inheritance. The original Self system was developed by Sun Microsystems and Stanford University. Self4Linux is a port of the Self system to Linux.

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  •  16 Dec 2002 02:18

    Release Notes: There is a bugfix for the VM on Cygwin, which previously failed to load snapshots when the 'default text file mode' was set to DOS.

    •  08 Dec 2002 21:29

      Release Notes: This release adds platform support for cygwin/Windows.

      •  02 Nov 2002 06:32

        Release Notes: This release is based on Self 4.1.6 and includes an experimental version version of the optimizing compiler (SIC).

        •  28 Jun 2002 18:33

          Release Notes: This release is now based on Self 4.1.5. It also contains a couple of bugfixes.

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