Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: Mac? Linux PC?

From: Brad Fuller <brad@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Mon Mar 13 2006 - 03:24:34 EET

Rob wrote:
> On Sun March 12 2006 19:08, cdr wrote:
>> you should check out Ruby/Rails. i slowly moved from PHP &
>> Perl to mod_python a few years ago, and now moving on again.
>> such a big fan of the 1.1 release that im doing some
>> standalone GUI apps in it instead of say PyQT or TCL/Tk (using
>> Ruby-GtkMozEmbed and Mongrel)
> I like Rails and may use it for my next big project (having run
> into a number of walls trying to come up with my own Perl AJAX
> framework.) PHP seems to have critical mass at the moment,
> though, just as Perl had critical mass for web apps when I
> started doing them in 1996.
If you are speaking of dynamic web design (you mentioned PHP) try
looking into Seaside:

It's power is smalltalk - either visual works or squeak

If you are looking into programming languages, look into squeak. See the
link above for more than my brief intro here, but also the homepage for

The complete system is open and at your disposal for modifying,
inspecting, learning, debugging, creating, etc.
Squeak runs on many platforms and the image is bit-identical for all
platforms (although there may be some a plugin that only runs on only
one or a few platforms - but I don't know of any off hand.)

Developers see:

I'd be happy to answer any questions about squeak.

Received on Mon Mar 13 04:15:16 2006

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