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There is no such thing as an unworthy change

On 12 September 2014 9:49:33 pm by Pharo Weekly
Every time we improve the system with a little change, the system gets better. And in Pharo we do it daily. Thank you all for all your changes and enhancements. **You** make Pharo cool. 40224 14000 FilterTest needs to be moved to a Debugger test p...

Seaside 3.1.3 is released

On 12 September 2014 9:08:27 pm by Pharo Weekly
Seaside one of the most exciting web frameworks http://www.seaside.st got a new release. Hi Seaside users, We have released Seaside 3.1.3 [1]. A big thanks to everyone involved for making this release happen! best regards, The Seaside Team [1] htt...

Pointer Detective

On 10 September 2014 7:39:43 am by Pharo Weekly
Ben Coman proposed a new pointer analysis tool :)greetings all, I had an itch to scratch... I find it difficult using the tree list of the standard Pointer Explorer to track down why objects aren't garbage collected. I always fear I'm not going to...

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