[ANSI-Smalltalk] Editing and executable specification
bwbadger at gmail.com
Fri Nov 16 08:59:06 GMT 2007
On 16/11/2007, Paolo Bonzini <paolo.bonzini at lu.unisi.ch> wrote:
> I think that the hosting on the GNU Smalltalk wiki should not be the
> definitive solution. As Martin said, we need a browser-like environment
> to work on the repetitive parts of the standard; this browser-like
> environment can then output LaTeX if we want. Now, I am the GNU
> Smalltalk maintainer and I want to develop something in a browser---that
> may tell you that I find this need pretty urgent. :-)
A tool in the hand is worth many in the bush, and all that.
It really would be great to have better tools for managing the text of
the standard ...
...but are we saying that we should halt work on building the
Smalltalk standard until we have better tools, or are we saying that
we recognise that better tools would be a boon which we should work
towards having them without halting other work on the standard?
I'm rather hoping we go with the latter rather than the former.
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