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IM 124: Reporting from Smalltalk (AAC)

April 21, 2013 16:02:27.039

Welcome to episode 124 of Independent Misinterpretations - a Smalltalk and dynamic language oriented podcast with James Robertson and David Buck.

This week Dave and I talked about reporting from Smalltalk applications. In the process of doing that, we touched on file formats, and the interesting issues that crop up when exporting specific file formats from an application

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[anonymous] April 24, 2013 14:24:46.872

The Most interesting Part was the Paste / Clip Board / Rich Text Part. Might be Good for a separate Session. Diskuss strategies which are possible, pros And cons And what of ist is specific to a smalltalk System?

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