[Newbies] Re: Re: latest SqueakSource image?
franzl at fjkonrad.de
Fri Dec 22 12:16:59 UTC 2006
I've built my own Squeak Source server some weeks ago and of course I
could make this image available... BUT it's easy to build your own and a
good exercise to improve your skills. I hope my small Howto will work
1. download the squeak-dev-62 image from damien cassou's web site:
2) run this image and install DynamicBindings via SqueakMap
3) install FFI (needed for graphViz later). I've used the Script Manager
at "Prepared Packages" to load it
4) Open a Monticello browser and add http://www.squeaksource.com/ss as a
repository (Squeak Source Repository)
5) Open that repository and install the following packages in exact the
shown order step by step. At some packages you will be asked for
TinyWiki-lr.10.mcz (*take care, it's not the newest package*)
6) configure your own Squeak Source Server with changing the class
methods in SSRepository
a) change SSRepository>>defaultRepository when you don't want Lukas as
your super user ;-). The following code only creates one super user. You
can create everything else later TTW.
| yourInitials |
yourInitials := (SSMember initials: 'yourInitials') fullname: 'Your
^ SSRepository new title: 'SqueakSource for your Name';
b) change the method name of the class method initialize to a name you
like for doing your own initialization. You need the following
"-- initialize default repository --"
Current := self defaultRepository.
RootUrl := self defaultRootUrl.
Storage := self defaultStorage.
"-- save the current repository --"
self storage saveRepository: self current.
"-- load the last repository --"
"Current := self storage loadRepository."
"-- clear seaside caches --"
7) Open a workspace and "doit"
SSKom startOn: 8888.
8) save the image
That's it! You should be able to browse http://localhost:8888 (or
http://your-ip:8888). Login with the user/pw you created in your method.
9) Individual configurations (can all be done when you are logged in as
a) change your e-maill address when you are logged in in "Edit Account"
b) change smtp server and admin mail in "Edit Settings"
c) if you haven't a well configured DNS environment running change the
entry for "Root URL" (also in "Edit Settings) to
http://your-ip-or-valid-dns-enabled-name:8888 (otherwise you will not
download your source).
10) I'm sure I've forgot something but perhaps you will find it out :-).
E.g. how to run the whole stuff on a different port...
If this is too complicated for you (hm, at least you've asked in the
beginners group. But running your own Squeak Source server isn't a
beginners topic IMHO), I can sent you an image.
Hope this helps,
Franz Josef Konrad
Klaus D. Witzel schrieb:
> Then you may perhaps find what you want in these discussions
> On Fri, 22 Dec 2006 12:18:07 +0100, Petr Fischer wrote:
>> I mean this:
>> p.s. ...and yes, ftp://ftp.squeak.org/various_images/ is a good
>> "central" place for this type of images...
>> Klaus D. Witzel píše v Pá 22. 12. 2006 v 11:41 +0100:
>>> Hi Petr,
>>> do you mean these
>>> - ftp://ftp.squeak.org/
>>> If not, please specify more precisely what file name for what release #
>>> you need.
>>> On Fri, 22 Dec 2006 11:11:54 +0100, Petr Fischer wrote:
>>> > Hi, is possible to download prepared SqueakSource image newer than
>>> > from web?
>>> > I can't find even my old 1.1 (originally from
>>> > http://de-1.tric.nl/~cg/images - broken) .
>>> > Thanks! pf
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