[Newbies] Need help with figuring out how to incorporate SqueakSSL
+ WebClient into Etoys
leves at elte.hu
Mon Apr 18 10:23:03 UTC 2011
On Sat, 16 Apr 2011, Steve Thomas wrote:
> So I found Andreas's post on Installing SqueakSSL with Seaside
> figured I would try it in Etoys (realizing it may not work).
> I tried:
> (Installer ss)
> project: 'SqueakSSL';
> install: 'SqueakSSL-Core';
> install: 'SqueakSSL-Tests';
> project: 'WebClient';
> install: 'WebClient-Core';
> install: 'WebClient-Tests';
> install: 'WebClient-Seaside'.
> But Installer was not defined in Etoys.
> I tried using the "SqueakMap Package Loader" in Etoys, but got a message
> saying "The SqueakMap master server is running version 2.3 and the client is
> 2.0, You need to upgrade" I clicked yes, I got an exception.
> So I tried to load the .mcz files in the order listed by dragging them onto
> the Etoys image and selecting "load version". This worked fine
> for SqueakSSL-Core, but when I tried to load SqueakSSL-Tests, I got an
> exception (below), the key error (as far as I can tell) is
> Receiver: Warning: This package depends on the following classes:
> So from some more searching it seems TestCase is defined in SUnit (makes
> sense) but when I browse the SUnit in Etoys, I only see TestCaseDebugger
> (ie: no Test Case). So I went to SqueakSource and loaded the latest SUnit
> package (SUnit-NialRoss.40.mcz, didn't bother with the GUI, for now, let me
> know if I should). Once I load the new SUnit, SqueakSSL-Tests loads fine.
I'm not sure this is the right SUnit version, but you'll see if it works
> I then was able to load WebClient-Core and WebClient-Tests.
> Now, how do I run the tests?
Print it: WebClientServerTest buildSuite run
or load SUnitGUI (though I guess it won't be compatible with your image).
> Also, is this the correct approach? (ie: did I load the correct things or am
> I missing something?)
I think it is. Note that you'll probably face several compatibility
problems. You'll find fixes for most of them in the WebClient-Pharo
package on squeaksource.com.
> My end goal is to allow kids to post to Google Blogs from within Etoys.
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