There are many pharo- organizations and google does not find them easily.
Now there is PharoMap to get a root of the pharo-organisations.
A new version of the headless VM is available.
It can be downloaded from:
Or more easily using ZeroConf:
With the image
$ wget -O – get.pharo.org/64/90+vmHeadlessLatest | bash
$ wget -O – get.pharo.org/64/vmHeadlessLatest90 | bash
This new version has a series of bugfixes and the following features:
– Update TFFI to v1.2.0: Allowing better marshaling and callbacks from
– Update README.md
– Add instructions on how to create a vmmaker image.
– Fixing UnixOSProcessPlugin
– Redefinition of squeakFileOffset
– Generating include files as an artifact
– Adding a configurable strategy for reading / writing the image
– Building using Musl Libc
– A cleaner implementation of the print to stdout and file.
– OSX File Dialog
– OSX icon customization
– OSX customization for apps.
– Adding build on GitHub actions
I will like to thank all the contributors specially Guille, Esteban,
Ronnie. And also, Feenk and Schmidt that they are using it, reporting
issues and contributing.
Just a friendly reminder, if you want to contribute, you are always welcome!!
The consortium is starting a task force to make sure that people can work with large images. So we will be revisiting all the tools and internal logic during the coming months.
We need to generate rather large code base. We started with a simple large image generator. If you have ideas and want to contribute let us know.
Pablo Tesone from the consortium announced threadedFFI v1.2.0
The Pharo Consortium is very happy to announce that ÉTS Montréal has joined the Consortium as an Academic Member.
The goal of the Pharo Consortium is to allow companies and institutions to support the ongoing development and future of Pharo.
Individuals can support Pharo via the Pharo Association: http://association.pharo.org
Inspired by Pablo’s example, I’ve created a cross-platform
implemenation. Pablo’s example uses Pharo.image embedded as a Windows
resource. Well, the excellent and, like Smalltalk, vastly underrated
Free Pascal has built-in cross platform support for Windows resources.
Basically I have implemented, in Pascal, FFI to libPharoVMCore and the
embedded image access routines for callback by libPharoVMCore, together
with a driver program to run the embedded Pharo.image.
Repository is here:
More details to come in the repository.