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Smalltalk YX is an open source programming language. It's an implementation of the Smalltalk-80 standard.

Syx is written in the C programming language and has the following purposes:

  • Readable code
  • Flexibility trough easy creation of plugins
  • Highly portable
  • Optimized
  • Modern
  • Embeddable in C applications
  • Easy to use, powerful and well-structured environment
  • Small

Availability Edit

One of the goals of Smalltalk YX is to be very portable and to have the image to be compatible to all kind of systems. Currently tested platforms include:

  • Debian GNU/Linux (x64)
  • Gentoo Linux (x86 and x64)
  • Slackware Linux 12.0
  • Foresight Linux 1.4.1
  • Arch Linux 2007.08-2
  • Solaris 2.10 and 11 (Sparc and x86-64)
  • FreeBSD 6.1
  • Linux From Scratch 64-bit
  • Windows 98, XP, Vista
  • Windows CE (PocketPC and SmartPhone)
  • Mac OS X (PowerPC and Intel)

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