The Squeak Development Process supports the improvement of Squeak—the core of the system and its supporting libraries—by its community. The process builds on few basic ideas: the use of Monticello as the primary source code management system, free access for the developers to the main repositories, and an incremental update process for both developers and users. (Read More)
If you identify an issue in Squeak, please file a bug report here. Squeak core developers regularly check the bug repository and will try to address all problem as quickly as possible.
A family of virtual machines that supports Smalltalk and other languages of the Smalltalk family, including the standard VM for Squeak, Pharo and Newspeak. Just-in-time compilation, stack-to-register mapping, and aggressive in-line message caching yield efficiency in executing Smalltalk byte code. Being a fork of VMMaker, OpenSmalltalk VMs provide safe incremental development of JIT VMs.
A manycore virtual machine which supports the parallel execution of Squeak programs on x86 compatible multicore machines and Tilera TILE64-based manycore systems.