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Ambrai Smalltalk

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ambrai_smalltalk_1.0_beta1_k.dmg (1.46 MB)
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ambrai_smalltalk_1.0.5_beta2_k.dmg (2.14 MB)
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ambrai_smalltalk_1.0.8_beta5_k.dmg (2.72 MB)
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ambrai_smalltalk_1.0.9_beta6_k.dmg (2.93 MB)
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ambrai_smalltalk_1.0.10_beta7_k.dmg (3.07 MB)
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ambrai_smalltalk_1.0.11_beta8_k.dmg (4.96 MB)
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Ambrai Smalltalk is an implementation of the Smalltalk language and development environment for Mac OS X.

We aim to deliver a rapid application development platform suitable to create new or script existing Mac OS applications. Whether you are a seasoned programmer or have never written a single line of Smalltalk code, we hope you will consider Ambrai Smalltalk for your next project.

Ambrai Smalltalk features a complete suite of native development tools and can deploy native applications that tightly integrate with the Mac OS Desktop.
Standards Compliant – Ambrai Smalltalk implements the ANSI/INCITS 319-1998 subset of specifications widely adopted by the other major Smalltalk vendors.
Source Code – Ambrai Smalltalk provides full source code, including the source code for the compiler, debugger, and development environment.
Native Bindings – Ambrai Smalltalk can bind to Mac OS Shared Libraries and Frameworks.
Native Look and Feel – Ambrai Smalltalk uses the native Mac OS user interface framework and therefore integrates tightly with the Mac OS Desktop.
Development Tools – Ambrai Smalltalk provides package, class, category browsers, debugger, inspectors, and workspaces. We plan to have an interface builder in the future as well.
Application Delivery – Ambrai Smalltalk can deploy standard or console applications.
Connectivity – Ambrai Smalltalk can interface to databases through ODBC and to remote applications through BSD sockets. These frameworks are not included in the current beta release.

Original versions had expiration dates. The uploaded versions have had this removed so you can continue using them without having to reset your system clock.

Architecture: PPC