[self-interest] getting started
otto at finworks.biz
Sat Oct 17 12:40:02 UTC 2015
I'm running lunix.
I ran Self on the command line. How do I run it in another way?
On 17 Oct 2015 12:53, "Russell Allen mail at russell-allen.com
[self-interest]" <self-interest at yahoogroups.com> wrote:
> Hi Otto,
> Are you on Linux or OS X? Which version?
> The VM version you have is fine. 4.5 is the version of the Self sources.
> How are you running it? On the command line or through the Self Control
> Btw, the forum is just an archive for this mailing list. I’ll fix the link
> - there is also an archive at:
> Cheers, Russell
> On 17 Oct 2015, at 9:28 pm, Otto Behrens otto at finworks.biz
> [self-interest] <self-interest at yahoogroups.com> wrote:
> I'm a complete newbie, so please excuse. I have been Smalltalking for a
> long time and would like to learn self. I downloaded the vm and Clean.snap
> (on linux). I cloned http://github.com/russellallen/self and tried to run
> the worldBuilder.self in the cloned tree. (VM#
> 'self/objects/worldBuilder.self' _RunScript). It's a bit hard for me
> to read the stack that the VM spews out, but it appears as if my setup is
> not correct. If you think it's useful, I'll send it.
> What should I be reading first to get going? Should I read more in the
> handbook first? Should I be put the files in a specific directory
> structure? How do you recommend I get into self?
> http://forum.selflanguage.org/ does not seem to be up - browser can't
> When I run the VM, the version it prints is "Self Virtual Machine Version
> 4.1.13". The handbook says 4.5 is the most recent version. Should I build
> the VM?
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