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Double-Clickable apps, Self-installing release, browser plugins
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Double-Clickable Applications (DCA),
Self-installing Squeak Release (SSR),
Browser Plugin VM (BPV)
We have bundles these three projects together because the skill set required is pretty similar, and because the second will probably be an example of the first. Each of these has a significant platform-specific component to it.

DCA Estimated completion date: October 1, 1999

SSR Estimated completion date: October 1, 1999

BPV Estimated completion date: October 1, 1999

[May 2000] Still working an the plugin stuff. But see Squeak inside a web browser.
[September 16] Unix plugin made available at http://wwwisg.CS.Uni-Magdeburg.De/~bert/squeak/plugin/download.html.
[August 8] project declared to exist

Andreas Raab
Bert Freudenberg (Browser plugin for UNIX)
Ian Piumarta

Q/A, Integration
Dan Ingalls
Tim Rowledge

General Commentary
A list of items (most recent last) of the form
[date, author] comment

[16 Sep 99, BF] What security restrictions should squeaklets have (file system, network, etc)?

[Feb 27 00, ACG] I posted a "solution" to the corrupted sources issue on various platforms. Using Andreas' excellent plugin implementation of the Zip family compression algorithms, I modified the system startup code as follows:

I was preparing a far more elaborate installation program, but it occurred to me that this might be the simplest possible thing that could possibly work. I posted changesets to the listserv.