Last updated at 7:12 pm UTC on 4 December 2007
This is a side project of the Squeak Documentation Team to compile a catalog of existing useful documentation, so that it can be incorporated into later projects. An easy way to contribute to the documentation team is to make a habit of recording useful documents you come across into this catalog.
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This page has the same purpose as Squeak websites and Smalltalk websites
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A dump of stuff that was located at Squeak Tutorials, but really belonged somewhere else. So this page gets messier while that one gets cleaner. Entropy always wins :-) – Matthew Fulmer
collected durring the assembly of Squeak Tutorials. See also the list sources: Squeak Tutorial Indices
- Squeak Links [Archive]
- Another collection of links to Squeak-related material and tutorials. Not yet imported.
- Code.box.sk [Archive]
- A collection of links, mostly rubbish, but with a few to a tutorial for building a class. Not yet imported.
Stuff that I imported and reviewed, but ended up not tutorial-related
- A package to develop Squeak training materials
- Distribution Scripts (not a tutorial)
- It's not too hard to put together distributions of Squeak programs, but the details are different on different platforms. This page will hopefully be a place to accumulate some of the odds and ends needed to build distributions for each platform.
- A set of unix scripts to distribute Squeak.
- FAQ: Squeak executables (Not a Tutorial)
- How do you make a Squeak executable that can be distributed? It has been asked a number of times in a number of ways on the Squeak Mail List – with a variety of possible approaches suggested. There should be a useful mechanism for creating and using fine-grained modularity in Squeak at some point – from there it is a short step to packaging applications.