[Cuis-dev] Making minimal Cuis image

Hernan Wilkinson hernan.wilkinson at 10pines.com
Mon Jul 19 05:48:35 PDT 2021

Hi Dave,
 sadly there is no bootstrapping process for the Cuis image to do 1). You
will have to do 2).
 There is a message that does that in SystemDictionary, it is called
 So, if you do: Smalltalk reduceCuis will do the work.

 LiveTyping can also help to know which classes are used, but I haven't
done anything related with that.


On Sat, Jul 17, 2021 at 10:22 AM David Mason via Cuis-dev <
cuis-dev at lists.cuis.st> wrote:

> I love Cuis. I am thinking of using it in my comparative languages course
> in the winter (at least as an alternative to Pharo). It’s not as
> sexy/modern-looking as Pharo, but it seems to be much more understandable.
> But in the meantime, for another project, I want to create a minimal Cuts
> image to use headless with SqueakJS.
> What I want in the image:
> 1) the standard Smalltalk-80 classes, including the compiler and
> collections
> 2) no display-related classes
> 3) as few file-related classes as possible (I don’t need anything for my
> application)
> 4) a few classes of my own
> I presume that this can be created a couple of different ways:
> 1) start with nothing and built an image from pieces (what the Pharo
> people are doing now)
> 2) start with a normal development image and remove things
> Any advice, or better yet cookbook/documentation/scripts, much appreciated.
> Thanks!
> ../Dave
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