[Newbies] Saving project to file
hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 08:22:04 UTC 2019
I suggest that you try it again but NOT with the initial project (=
the top project which has the balloon).
What I did
1. I created a sub-project of the top project and added a workspace
and a PluggableTextMorph withModel object to it.
2. I deactivated the flaps - (desktop menu - 'show shared flaps' not
active), maybe not necessarey
3. I saved the project
Then I reloaded the project successfully into another image.
The example pr file  with a project showing a list of all classes
in Squeak 5.2 ( and ) is attached (private mail as the
attachment is 300kB, if approved by list moderator it will come to the
list as well)
On 1/16/19, Ralph Boland <rpboland at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have just installed Squeak 5.2.
> I brought up the original image and then
> attempted to a write the initial Project to a file.
> (I have not worked with projects before).
> I get a dialog box with the message:
> some block(s) which reference instance variables
> are included in this segment. These may fail when
> the segment is loaded if the class has been reshaped.
> What would you like to do?
> I am given the choice of
> 1) keep going
> 2) stop and take a look
> If I choose 2) I get a debugger window.
> On top of the call stack is NativeImageSegment:>>Error:'here are the bad
> There is also a window containing an array of one element which is a
> Meanwhile there is a window showing publishing in progress which
> appears to be in
> an infinite loop.
> I doubt all of this is an actual system error and I must be doing
> something stupid.
> Can someone tell me what the problem is?
> Ralph Boland
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