I was submerged by work for a bit there but have crawled out and made another attempt at fixing the Linux keyboard issue.
This time, the code correctly uses X keysym values to determine arrow key presses etc.
Can the Linux people try:
and let me know if it works for them.
Keys should type their correct character, and the cursor keys should work.
I'm new to Self, so sorry for maybe a stupid question.
I have read "Parents are shared parts of objects: inheritance and
encapsulation in SELF" by Chambers, Ungar, Chang, and Hölzle and there is
spoken about prioritized multiple inheritance by using the amount of "*"s
after the slots name.
I tried to use this in the 4.4 Beta and get the error message that there
must not be more than one * for a parent slot.
Did I made a mistake? Is prioritized inheritance implemented in an earlier
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I've been working on a project that originally was going to be "Self in
I've posted a new youtube video this morning. A cop of it and an easier to
read description of what's going on is here:
And before anyone asks, yes I am familiar with LivelyKernel... and yes
they're doing it wrong :)
Hi, there !
Well, this is mostly a toy than ahy other thing, but you can create objects, you have two kinds of primitives (String and Integer), and obviously you can copy anObject to create a new object, and after that, compose a more complex one with other objects.
You can play with it clicking "pooi" here: