[Newbies] Newbie stuck on page 43 of SBE getting syntax error
trying to run SBEGame (Quinto)
dav0 at virtualsynthesis.net
Wed Aug 22 22:57:44 UTC 2012
Ah - OK. That was where I started out too, but I wasn't quite able to get
much traction with that method because of an external drive issue: I had
originally wanted to set up my workspace on my external drive - which was
NTFS and Linux doesn't allow you to chmod on NTFS filesystems. As a
result, I was never able to actually run the squeak.sh script there, so I
gave up on that zip and later ended up discovering the yum install - which
I far prefer anyway (I hope this isn't the problem).
So wouldn't the fact that I was able to run the example just fine when I
tried your first recommendation (loading the repository from the URL) mean
that my squeak-vm is ok?
On Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 6:30 PM, Chris Cunnington <
smalltalktelevision at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12-08-22 6:20 PM, dav0 wrote:
> Hmmm... I tried saving & quitting, then downloading SqueakV39.sources.gz
> from http://squeak.org/Download/, unzipping this and copying the
> resulting SqueakV39.sources into my workspace and re-running my Squeak vm
> and I can still reproduce the error.
> I am also not sure what you mean by contemporary Squeak, but I am
> running this on Linux Fedora, with the latest squeak-vm which I installed
> using yum as follows:
> $ yum install squeak-vm
> $ squeak -version
> 3.10-5 #1 Mon Jun 21 22:10:08 UTC 2010 gcc 4.4.4
> Squeak3.10beta of 22 July 2007 [latest update: #7159]
> Linux x86-04.phx2.fedoraproject.org 2.6.18-194.3.1.el5 #1 SMP Sun May 2
> 04:17:42 EDT 2010 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
> default plugin location: /usr/lib64/squeak/3.10-5/*.so
> As for the love of debugging, let's just say that I'm sharing the love.
> :-) Actually, I'd love to see this software work - it seems like a really
> neat language toolset.
> Thanks again,
> OK, I see where you're coming from. When I use Ubuntu 10.03 I get Squeak
> by going to http://www.squeak.org and in the upper right hand corner is
> the Downloads pane with a link that says All-In-One. Click that. I put the
> unzipped package on my desktop. Then I cd into Squeak-All-In-One.app. Once
> in there there is a script called squeak.sh.
> in the Terminal and all that sources stuff is behind you. It'll open up,
> etc. The deployment with yum is understandable, but that stuff relies upon
> third parties whom are behind our update curve. The Squeak homepage is the
> best place to get Squeak.
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> Beginners at lists.squeakfoundation.org
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