[squeak-dev] Squeak All-in-One

Michael Davies mykdavies+squeak at gmail.com
Thu Apr 29 14:14:31 UTC 2010

2010/4/29 Stéphane Rollandin <lecteur at zogotounga.net>

> What I've done is use that All-in-One file, and incorporated a version
>> of Stephane's muO work, so there's now a prototype muO All-in-One file
>> available at http://www.filebanker.com/muo-all-in-one (random hosting
>> service). This took half an hour for me to do, so we've now got a nice
>> basis for any developer to quickly package up their work for wide
>> distribution.
> That's a nice try, but it is not finished: muO needs auxilliary files
> (that's mostly documentation).
> My own "ready-to-use" distribution for Windows (at
> http://www.zogotounga.net/comp/squeak/muo/muO%20235%20image.zip, which I
> guess you worked upon) includes two folders ("muO books" and "rawwaves")
> that should be located in the same directory as the image; that would be in
> the Resources directory of your archive.

Okay that seems to be fixed in http://www.filebanker.com/muo-all-in-onev2:
"live documentation > tests > basic > Musical Algebra Tests; right-click on
"a 20-note phrase", EVALUATE, right-click again, play" --> piano music

> Then there is the problem that a saved image is not easily available: the
> All-in-one executable always launches the initial image. In the case of muO,
> this is a show stopper, since it is a development environment, not an
> application supposed to always start from scratch.
> If you "save and quit" your updated image gets loaded okay on Windows - are
you on a different platform?

As I say, this was just a demo of what is possible. If you have a 4.1 image
on hand I'd be happy to build a demo based on that.

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