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Github Pharo 70 dev on the starting blocks

On 17 June 2017 9:09:18 am by Pharo Weekly
Hi, in fact the development of Pharo 7 has already started. But in a limited mode. For Pharo 7 we have the #development branch on GitHub (pharo-project/pharo) https://github.com/pharo-project/pharo/tree/development …and we are already mergin...

Geo location data reading with Zinc: a Breeze

On 17 June 2017 9:08:20 am by Pharo Weekly
|client znResponse| client := ZnClient new. client host: ‘www.geoplugin.net’. client addPathSegment: ‘json.gp’. client queryAt: ‘ip’ put: ‘’. client contentReader: [ :entity ...

While waiting for the PullRequest menu in Pharo70

On 17 June 2017 8:45:15 am by Pharo Weekly
Hi, Of course we just want you to have to enter a bug entry and create a pullrequest using a magic button to send a fix to Pharo. Now before getting there, here is a description of what we will use. Stef Hi we still do not have official guidelines...

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