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Pharo is a pure object-oriented programming language and a powerful environment, focused on simplicity and immediate feedback (think IDE and OS rolled into one).
- MIT/X11 License + Apache License 2.0
Squeak is an open-source Smalltalk programming system with fast execution environments for all major platforms. It features the Morphic framework, which promotes low effort graphical, interactive application development and maintenance.
- MIT/X11 License
Syme is an implementation of Newspeak on the Rubinius VM. Newspeak is a programming language in the Smalltalk/Self tradition.
- MIT/X11 License