SWT was developed and used extensively on Squeak 3.8 and I'm trying now to port it to 3.10 trunk and Pharo (Closures enabled images).
The process of install and run SWT on an image may change depending if the image has the web tools installed (Comanche, Seaside) or not.
On an image with the web tools installed, the process is very straightforward, only matter of install the packages from the repository.
On an image without the web tools, the steps are the following:
Install from squeaksource:
- Modify the class MessageSends adding the methods #value: and #evaluateWithArguments (methods coming from Seaside).
The installation of SWT and friends is so easy, only point the squeaksource repository:
MCHttpRepository location: 'http://www.squeaksource.com/SWT' user: '' password: ''
and install in order:
Sorry with the bad formatting, but I'm tired of fight with these questions on blogspot (The wysiwyg editor show a thing and render another and I don't have time to edit pure html). May be is time to change my blogging platform.