Smalltalk-80

Smalltalk-80

(language)
The classic standard Smalltalk dialect, described in Adele's book, cited below, commonly known as "The Blue Book".

["Smalltalk-80: The Language and Its Implementation", Adele Goldberg et al, A-W 1983].

[BYTE 6(8), Aug 1981].

ftp://st.cs.uiuc.edu/pub/ISA, ftp://st.cs.uiuc.edu/pub/Smalltalk/MANCHESTER, ftp://gnu.org/pub/gnu.

Mail server: goodies-lib@r5.cs.man.ac.uk.
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Measurements of early Smalltalk-80 implementations [Krasner 1983] indicate 20% to 70% of runtime spent garbage collecting.
Baden [1983] proposes such a scheme for Smalltalk-80, which was implemented by Miranda [1987].
However, two exceptions to this observation are the detailed account by Knuth of using a logbook to document all the errors he encountered over a 10-year development period working on TeX [6] and a logbook of the development efforts of a team implementing the Smalltalk-80 virtual machine [7].
The slightly subterranean but highly-regarded Smalltalk-80 software environment is for the development of tailor-made applications.
A cookbook for using the model-view-controller user interface in Smalltalk-80, J.
The Smalltalk-80 MVC, which first appeared in the Apple Lisa personal computer, inspired many of the modern window and mouse-based interfaces.
Pane-based window systems have been successfully employed in a variety of different development environments such as Object Master [1] and Smalltalk-80 [6].
Object-oriented approaches to the software lifecycle using the Smalltalk-80 system as a CASE toolkit.
Of particular importance is that the test Member (obj, c) in Object Pascal or obj isKindOf: c in Smalltalk-80 responds true if obj is a member of class c or of any subclass of class c.
When the group started development work in 1983, there was a conflict between functional specifications (which clearly indicated that Smalltalk-80 was the preferred development environment), and the requirements for reliability and maintainability (which clearly indicated a well-proven software engineering environment based on a traditional programming language).
Her leadership of research and development teams was instrumental in the design and implementation of the Smalltalk-80 system.