Difference between revisions of "Smalltalk"
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Implementation of the Smalltalk object oriented language.
GNU Smalltalk is an implementation of the Smalltalk language. It implements the ANSI standard for the language and also includes extra classes such as ones for networking and GUI programming.
26 June 2018
system class libraries
3 May 2010
compiler and browser
Leaders and contributors
|Thomas Weir Worthington||Contributor|
|Holger Hans Peter Freyther||Maintainer|
Resources and communication
|Required to build||GCC >= 4.2|
|Required to build||pkg-config|
|Weak prerequisite||GNU awk|
|Weak prerequisite||GNU libsigsegv|
|Required to build||Bison >= 2.0|
|Weak prerequisite||libiconv (non- GNU C Library systems only)|
|Required to build||Autoconf >= 2.68|
|Required to build||Zip|
|Required to build||Automake >= 1.11|
|Required to build||GNU Libtool >= 2.4|
|Required to build||flex = 2.5.x|
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