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 BasicClasses Collections Environment FAQ FirstApp Messages Metaclasses Model Morphic Preface QuickTour SUnit Streams Syntax figures .gitignore .svnignore LICENSE.txt Makefile README.markdown README.txt SBE-TO-DO.txt SBE-TODO-ko.txt SBE.bbl SBE.ind SBE.tex clean.command common.tex commonDemo.bbl commonDemo.tex errata.txt examples.rb examples.st examples.txt make.command sbe-home.url warnings.txt

Squeak by Example

Squeak by Example 책을 위한 LaTeX 저장소입니다.

이 책의 공식 웹 사이트는 http://squeakbyexample.org/ 입니다.

관련 소스 저장소는 모두 http://github.com/SquareBracketAssociates/ 에 있습니다.

SBE와 관련된 작업할 내용들은 SBE-TODO-ko.txt 를 참고하세요.

This is the LaTeX source repository of the Squeak by Example book.

The public web site of the books is: http://squeakbyexample.org/

All the source repos live here: http://github.com/SquareBracketAssociates/

See SBE-TO-DO.txt for status of tasks for SBE.

Contributing

To contribute to the book or to a translation project, please:

To start a new translation project:

You are free:

• to Share -- to copy, distribute and transmit the work
• to Remix -- to adapt the work

Under the following conditions:

Attribution. You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). Share Alike. If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same, similar or a compatible license. For any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. The best way to do this is with a link to this web page. Any of the above conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder. Nothing in this license impairs or restricts the author's moral rights.

Disclaimer

Your fair dealing and other rights are in no way affected by the above. This is a human-readable summary of the Legal Code (the full license).

File structure

The main file is SBE.tex. Chapters are in subdirectories. You can latex either the entire book, or each individual chapter. Each chapter file starts and ends with the same incantation which will optionally include macros or end the document if it is latexed individually.

Use the \ct{} macro for in-line code. Use the {method} {classdef} {example} and {script} environments for multi-line code.

If you add a new chapter:

• please be sure to include it from SBE.tex.
• Remember to include its /figures/ subdirectory in the graphicspath, which is set in the preamble to SBE.tex. Don't forget the trailing /
• Please make sure the chapter compiles with latex both from the main book and as a separate chapter.
• Set the svn:ignore property on the chapter's directory. The command to do this is svn propset svn:ignore -F .svnignore

IMPORTANT: Please check out a fresh copy of the book and compile the book to verify that you have added all the dependent files (e.g., figures).

Makefile

To build the PDF of the book, simply run "make" in the Book folder. Be sure you have texlive installed (see below).

Printing

The book has been reformatted to 6"x9" (for Lulu). If you want to print any part of the book, you will find that printing 2 up at 140% works well.

Testing

Tests are automatically generated from the LaTeX sources.

Grab a recent Squeak image and move it to the folder Squeak book folder. Do not use a 1-click image, since the actual image should be located at the same level as the SBE.tex file.

To run the tests, load the package SBE-Testing from the following SqueakSource project:

MCHttpRepository
location: 'http://www.squeaksource.com/SqueakByExample'
user: ''


Then evaluate the following expression in a workspace:

SBEmain new runTests


This will automatically extract and run the tests in the LaTeX sources of the Squeak by Example book. It will also load the hands-on exercises, and check that they are working. (Some tests may also be included from the dependent hands-on packages.)

This will parse (using Regex) the SBE.tex to locate the included chapter files, parse each chapter file to search for @TEST annotations, generate test case classes for each chapter with tests in a new category SBE-GeneratedTests, and generate a test method (numbered by the line number in the chapter) for each test found. (NB: Any old generated tests are removed before new ones are generated.) Finally, by sending "runTests", a TestRunner is opened on the new category, and all those tests are run.

How to write tests in LaTeX

A sample test in the BasicClasses looks like this:

=\begin{code}{@TEST}
=a1 := { { 'harry' } } .
=a2 := a1 shallowCopy.
=(a1 at: 1) at: 1 put: 'sally'.
=(a2 at: 1) at: 1 --> 'sally'
=\end{code}


The "print it" invocation (-->) will generate an assertion.

The generated source code looks like this:

=test204
=   a1 := { { 'harry' } } .
=   a2 := a1 shallowCopy.
=   (a1 at: 1) at: 1 put: 'sally'.
=   self assert: [ (a2 at: 1) at: 1  ] value printString = '''sally'''


You may also silently declare or initialize variables immediately after @TEST, and you may now place comments after the test string:

=\begin{code}{@TEST |a b|}
=a := b := 'hello'.
=a == b --> true "two variables but one object"
=\end{code}


The generated testCase subclass is SBEBasicClassesTestCase.

The generated tests can be removed by evaluating "SBEmain removeOldTestCategory". This is done automatically whenever you do "SBEmain new runTests".

LaTeX version

Please use at least texlive 2005. http://www.tug.org/texlive/ If you are using TeXshop or another GUI, be sure to set the path to the tex executables. E.g., in TeXShop>Preferences>Engine set the path to: /usr/local/texlive/2005/bin/powerpc-darwin

For intel macs you will need texlive 2007. The path should be /usr/local/texlive/2007/bin/i386-darwin

OmniGraffle files

Please be sure to use Lucida Sans, not Helvetica, or you may have problems uploading the PDF to Lulu. See the font embedding FAQ on lulu.com See more detailed instructions in Cover/README.txt

Style files

To inform latex about the location of local style files, set the following environment variable (tcsh):

setenv TEXINPUTS ./local//:../local//:
or (bash):
export TEXINPUTS=./local//:../local//:


If you are using a GUI like TeXshop, you must set the environment variable in ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
<key>TEXINPUTS</key>
<string>./local//:../local//:</string>
</dict>
</plist>


NB: You may need to logout and login again after creating or modifying this file. Note colon at end of TEXINPUTS that means "append current value here" (eg local has higher priority). Double slash means search recursively.

Bibliography

The bibliography file scg.bib is available from a separate git repository:

git clone git@scg.unibe.ch:scgbib


Alternatively, you can check out a read-only version as follows:

git clone git://scg.unibe.ch/scgbib


You should separately check out this file and link it in wherever it is needed.

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