[Self-interest] programs (was: goals for Self)

Steve Dekorte steve at dekorte.com
Sun Aug 8 01:25:04 UTC 2021

Thanks Jecel. Here’s an english version (via Google translate).

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> On Aug 7, 2021, at 5:24 PM, Jecel Assumpcao Jr <jecel at merlintec.com> wrote:
> On Sat, 7 Aug 2021 21:04:13 -0300 I wrote:
>> In fact, one reason for my to use Self would be to take advantage of
>> existing code. It is very tempting for me to instead start from scratch
>> on some successor to Self only using the lessons learned from it. In my
>> particular case I have the following Self code (which are also mostly
>> interesting artefacts instead of useful for the future):
> While looking for the Petri net simulator (didn't find it) I remembered
> yet another program in Self that I have:
> - SelfHDL by Reinaldo Silveira (runs on Self 4.0): this was his PhD
> project, which started in Java, then migrated to Squeak and eventually
> finished in Self. He changed the Self scheduler so a program could be
> split between normal software objects and simulated hardware objects. He
> used Self as a hardware description language and implemented a MIPS
> processor in it as an example.
> The text of his thesis is in Portuguese, but some of you might find the
> pictures interesting:
> http://www.merlintec.com/download/selfHDL.pdf
> -- Jecel
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