I just found out Lucas Brunelle is still making cycling videos after all these years (it’s been a decade, at least) and this definitely applies to his videos as well.
I’m not particularly interested in commercial implementations and I have more than enough to explore: Smalltalk’s implementation of the original model-view-controller pattern, Squeak’s self-hosted virtual machine simulator and early versions of Morphic, and Cuis’s modern yet minimal class library.
Pharo’s system browser displays subclasses with indentation, and that could be a nice hack for defining a hierarchy and site map… except class names need to be unique.
This is the same problem as trying to find photography of Japanese mountains which are not Mt. Fuji.
Hugo’s been the easiest to work with, but its templating — both language and inheritance rules — is a shining trapezohedron.
I’ve used many different static site generators implemented in several languages and all of them have been an absolute hassle to install and run on the machines of coworkers using Windows.
I am new to Smalltalk but it’s very easy to get started with. Part of that is the syntax: it fits on a postcard. It’s also the class library: it has good online (in the old sense of being installed) documentation and even when it’s missing a class or method comment, the Smalltalk is succinct, readable and easy to explore.
Dilettante programmer, salaryman webmaster. 不本意な日本語話者.
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