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 +We are currently 25 persons listening to David Chisnall's remote presentation on Pragmatic Smalltalk and the LanguageKit.
 +which allows using Smalltalk with Objective-C. Under 1000 lines of code are specific to Smalltalk.
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 +Objective-C objects and Smalltalk objects use the same structure. An object can have methods in Objective-C and Smalltalk. No virtual machine, just a small runtime library is being used.
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 +Slides will hopefully be up later.
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=== Feb 7,8 2009 === === Feb 7,8 2009 ===
* Join other GNUstep developers at FOSDEM in Brussels for presentations, tutorials, hacking and meeting other developers. * Join other GNUstep developers at FOSDEM in Brussels for presentations, tutorials, hacking and meeting other developers.

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Feb 7 2009

We are currently 25 persons listening to David Chisnall's remote presentation on Pragmatic Smalltalk and the LanguageKit. which allows using Smalltalk with Objective-C. Under 1000 lines of code are specific to Smalltalk.

Objective-C objects and Smalltalk objects use the same structure. An object can have methods in Objective-C and Smalltalk. No virtual machine, just a small runtime library is being used.

Slides will hopefully be up later.

Feb 7,8 2009

  • Join other GNUstep developers at FOSDEM in Brussels for presentations, tutorials, hacking and meeting other developers.

More details can be found at http://www.fosdem.org

Jan 8, 2009

  • Marcelo Yassunori Matuda announced that he has gotten GNUspeech working on GNUstep. Thank you, Marcelo!!
  • You can find out more about the GNUspeech project here.
  • To download the GNUstep version of GNUspeech, get it from SVN at svn://svn.sv.gnu.org/gnuspeech/gnustep/trunk.

Jan 6, 2009

  • GNUstep Make 2.0.8 stable release
  • Fix a bug relating to installation in a different domain.
(Download Make)