Here's the code. As far as I know, I didn't define a class called
SmalltalkTool. I just typed in the example given at the bottom of the
"EtoileUI Quick Start Guide." http://etoileos.com/dev/guides/etoileui/
I'm a beginner with this, in case you hadn't noticed, so I don't want to
bog down the mailing list with beginner programming questions. I was
simply puzzled why the above example didn't work. Ergo, what documentation
should I look at for defining the SmalltalkTool class and implementing the
run method therein?
Thanks for your patience.
On Mon, April 30, 2012 10:06 am, David Chisnall wrote:
> Can you show me the contents of your HelloWorld.st? This should work if
you have defined a class called SmalltalkTool that implements a run
method. If you have not, then the error message is as expected... David
> On 26 Apr 2012, at 02:29, James Mahoney wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Following David's instructions on the web site, I successfully got
GNUstep and Etoile compiled on a FreeBSD amd64 VM, using the clang-3.0
found in the packages-9-stable ftp directory to compile Etoile. I typed
in and tried to run the Smalltalk HelloWorld.st example found
>> the bottom of http://etoileos.com/dev/guides/etoileui/ , but I got this
>> $ edlc -l EtoileUI -f HelloWorld.st
>> SmalltalkTool instances must respond to run message
>> Am I doing something wrong? Did something change since the tutorial was
written making it necessary to add something else to the example?
Etoile is r7670 checked out on April 20. GNUstep is r35090 checked out
on April 19.