Squeak ported to Syllable
7 April, 2008
Squeak has just been ported to Syllable Desktop OS by Kelly Wilson. The Syllable project has an active community which aims to develop easy-to-use Free Software operating systems for the home and small office user. Syllable Desktop OS is a continuation of work on AtheOS operating system, which has been around for a few years, being originally inspired by the AmigaOS.
There are no video and sound drivers available yet, but headless Squeak programs run happily – the site has a screenshot showing the Seaside web application framework running in the ABrowser web browser. Kelly’s now looking for advice to get video working.