next steps

Well, the initial Spoon modularization is coming along nicely. It has taken a form which is both human and machine readable, so I’m going to write code which reads it and creates the modules. Then I’ll check for methods which aren’t mentioned, probably removing some more stuff that hasn’t been used recently. Then I’ll test serving a module to another system, and adapt the remote browsing support to Squeak 4.2. The next Spoon release will consist of minimal history and subject memories and VMs (packaged as host-platform applications), remote browsing changes, VM changes, and VM build environments.

It looks like the first non-bootstrap module will be for printing (printOn: etc.).

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