Squeak


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Squeak

(language)
1. <graphics>

["Squeak: A Language for Communicating with Mice", L. Cardelli et al, Comp Graphics 19(3):199-204, July 1985].

See Newsqueak.

2. A Smalltalk implementation and a media authoring tool by members of the original Xerox PARC team which created Smalltalk (Alan Kay, Dan Ingalls, et al). Squeak is an open-source implementation, with a highly portable virtual machine implemented in a subset of Smalltalk (translated into C and compiled by a C compiler of the target platform).

Squeak Home.

SqueakCentral.

Squeak

An open source, full-featured implementation of the Smalltalk programming language that is widely used in multimedia applications and educational teaching projects. Squeak is object-oriented and reflective, and it includes class libraries and virtual machine plug-ins for numerous multimedia programs. The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) initiative utilizes Squeak in its Etoys application for learning science and math. For more information, visit www.squeak.org. See Smalltalk and OLPC.
References in classic literature ?
The abrupt squeaks of the fat man seemed to proceed from that thing like a balloon he carried under his overcoat.
"To the chambers of O-Mai the Cruel I traced them," squeaked I-Gos.
I decided to message the organizers and tell them how sorry I was when a bold thought struck me, why not speak nay squeak on losing my voice.
HHHH FESTIVE BUBBLE AND SQUEAK (426 calories), PS2.50, Asda A VEGGIE fritter with vegan sage and onion mayo gave it a lovely Christmas taste although the fritter was more akin to spicy falafel rather than traditional bubble and squeak for an off-the-wall filling.
Seemingly unperturbed by the creature, Fox tells Squirrel that Squeak is soft and warm.
MYSTERY OF OUR SQUEAK MY dining room had a squeak that came about once a minute and for which I could find no rhyme or reason.
Middleton used to be called Squeak when she was still young.
PUDDING and Squeak arrived together from a multi cat household.
First they have to shout at the count of 1 2 3, then make a hissing sound like a snake, then wobble the book, then squeak then growl then roar, and finally another loud squeak like a mouse and hey presto!
Ages: Rosie is four and Bubble and Squeak are three.
Also paying tribute to 'Squeak' was his best friend John McAlle who explained to the packed room how Derek was given the nickname.
But the company has outdone itself with its new Squeak ball.