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Delayed code generation in a Smalltalk-80 computer.

Ian Piumarta

Delayed code generation in a Smalltalk-80 computer.

by Ian Piumarta

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Published by University of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Manchester thesis (Ph.D.), Department of Computer Science.

ContributionsUniversity of Manchester. Department of Computer Science.
The Physical Object
Pagination174p.
Number of Pages174
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16571080M

The system is running under Apple's levelO image on a Macintosh plus computer. It uses only standard Smalltalk-SO and will be portable to any other standard Smalltalk system. An extremely brief introduction to Smalltalk, source code and example programs are given as appendices. --r-r,. -~ ~. -. Initials for Squeak Code; How to run some Smalltalk code when entering a project; How to jump to a project (Smalltalk code) Project memory usage; How to create a menu with all project names; Draft of a Debian-like system for Squeak; Project - instance variables; Project - class comment; Project.

Full text of "Programming With Visual Age For Java" See other formats. A third generation Smalltalk implementation - Patrick J. Caudill, Allen Wirfs-Brock (OOPSLA ) Swamp: a fast processor for Smalltalk - David M. Lewis, David R. Galloway, Robert J. Francis, Brian W. Thomson (OOPSLA ).

It comprises a set of documents that will guide the: a) high level definition of goals and fundamental activities that characterise good software engineering, graded according to levels of capability, b) training of the assessors, e.g. by establishing the procedures for assessors’ qualification, c) process assessment and improvement phases, d. The method-dependent parts, when needed, are implemented by interceptors (), which insert code fragments before and/or after an incoming or outgoing method call. In a similar way to controller generation, this additional code may be dynamically inserted in byte-code form. The code insertion mechanism is open and extensible.


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