Last updated at 6:44 am UTC on 14 April 2018
Pharo is a fork of Squeak.
A kind of roadmap
The first release was in April 15, 2010.
Current release is Pharo 6.1 - July 2017.
Shell version of Pharo 5
Pharo by example
Classic Morphic code is still mostly compatible with Pharo.
Morphic halos in Pharo.
Pharo uses the "Glamorous Toolkit" instead of ToolBuilder for the tools.
Another UI toolkit is Spec (Pharo).
Pharo contained a new text model TxModel (Pharo) which later was replaced again (Bloc, upcoming).
Many Pharo projects are hosted on Smalltalk hub.
Pharo documentation is written using Pillar.
List of all projects: http://smalltalkhub.com/list
Roassal is visualization engine written for Pharo Smalltalk.
With Pharo 6 a new versioning system called Iceberg was introduced. It is an abstraction over a distributed source code versioning system looking like git. Monticello is still available and works as in Squeak.
Pharo collaborative active book
Zinc HTTP components
Cuis is another fork of Squeak.
Studio is a debugger for the data produced by complex applications. Studio imports dense and "messy" data in an application's own native formats, then it applies all the tools that are needed to extract useful information, and finally it presents the results in an interactive graphical user interface.
It is built on Pharo. Manual
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- Create a repository xxx on github
- git clone xxx
- cd xxx
chmod +x download.sh
./pillar archetype book
You can also run the texlive distribution in docker.
Gettext in Pharo
Installation of Iceberg packages from github without the need for a github account
You need to set protocol to https:
Iceberg enableMetacelloIntegration: true; remoteTypeSelector: #httpsUrl.