I'm not well informed yet of the possible differences between Smalltalk systems / dialects, but since seeing Squeak mentioned here in another question, I figured this might be worth asking...
Since finding a Prolog package for Squeak a few months ago, I thought it might be very interesting to use it in Kyma. I downloaded the newest version of both Squeak and the package, and managed to get it working in Squeak with not too much effort.
I assumed that in a more dense package such as this, the chances that it uses some syntax or language construct unique to Squeak and not recognized in Kyma would be higher than a simpler library offering more common functionality.
However, I'm really just guessing about this, so I figure it's worth asking about here:
(1) If Kyma can import external code libraries/packages, how is it done?
(2) No matter the answer to (1), how different is Kyma Smalltalk to Squeak, if at all?