Shampoo was tested with Emacs 24.1 on Windows and with Emacs 23.3.1 on GNU/Linux. Download the latest release and extract the Emacs mode into a suitable location (~/.emacs.d is a good one):

    $ wget -c
    $ tar -xzvf shampoo-emacs-0.0.1.tgz

Then add the following lines to your ~/.emacs file:

    (add-to-list 'load-path "/path/to/shampoo-emacs")
    (require 'shampoo)

That’s all! Refer to the usage page and learn how to use the Emacs mode.

Important note: currently the Shampoo mode is designed to work in the window system environments, like X11 and Windows, since it uses multiple top-level window frames. The support of the console Emacs version (-nw) is planned in the further releases.

GNU Smalltalk

Shampoo was tested with GNU Smalltalk 3.2.4 on Ubuntu 11.10. GNU Smalltalk version uses the standard packages and has no additional dependencies. Download and extract the latest release into a suitable location:

    $ wget -c
    $ tar -xzvf shampoo-gst-0.0.1.tgz

and then create and install the GNU Smalltalk package:

    $ cd shampoo-gst-0.0.1
    $ gst-package -t ~/.st package.xml

You can ensure that this version works ok on your system by running tests:

    $ gst-sunit -p Shampoo


Shampoo for Pharo was developed in Pharo 1.4 (one-click image). You will need to install the XML Support set of packages first by evaluating this code:

    Gofer new
        squeaksource: 'XMLSupport';
        package: 'ConfigurationOfXMLSupport';
    (Smalltalk at: #ConfigurationOfXMLSupport) perform: #loadDefault.

Now you can install Shampoo:

    Gofer new
        squeaksource: 'Shampoo';
        version: 'Shampoo-DmitryMatveev.15';