ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Sat Jun 18 18:47:00 UTC 2005
Andreas mentioned that they coupled cs and packages since squeak
itself is not packaged.
Just some packages and Tweak. but this is the way to go. So I would
go for #1
On 18 juin 05, at 19:23, Doug Way wrote:
> On Jun 18, 2005, at 12:44 PM, stéphane ducasse wrote:
>> what we should fix is what do we do with the changes that are in
>> 3.9alpha stream.
>> I also have some new changes/fixes on my disc ready to be added to
>> the stream.
> Assuming we go ahead with the iSqueak plan, there are two ways to
> handle this:
> 1. Start with the iSqueak 3.8 image/packaging as-is. Then re-add
> those 3.9alpha changes via the new Monticello process. You might
> be able to just file-in all of the 3.9alpha changesets into the
> iSqueak 3.8 image, then commit all of the changed MC packages to
> our new release repository (which doesn't exist yet). Right, Avi?
> It only gets tricky if there are some order-dependent changes, or
> do-its, then you might have to post a Config Map/do-it update as
> Andreas was describing.
> 2. Start with our 3.9alpha image, and then re-do the iSqueak
> packagizing. Might be doable, not sure.
> Although I guess you were talking about starting over at 3.8
> anyway, right? So I think that means #2 doesn't make any sense,
> let's just do #1.
> - Doug
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