[Seaside] OmniBase is FREE but has problems on UNIX Squeak
dima-sender-3c337a at yasp.com
Tue Aug 23 13:17:43 CEST 2005
That all is not a problem for those who knows :-)
mac vm is not yet ready to run OmniBase, so people on Mac should be
noted somehow to use unix vm (which is available for Mac OS X).
Mac OS X has a /tmp/ directory available for writting as any UNIX out there.
The only problem is may be file separator, but i expect from unix VM to accept /
May be we just should ask user if he wants to remove temporary files after tests.
User may want to navigate OmniBase data with inspector to check things (as me did).
In any case files will be removed from /tmp under UNIX automatically at some point.
Not sure about C:\temp under Windows though.
Julian Fitzell wrote:
> Well, that's not quite right as, for example, mac vm users would still
> see the wrong path. Didn't the tests used to run in the default
> directory? Is that really such a problem? I also notice the
> directories don't seem to get cleaned up afterwards and the next time
> you run them you get prompted about every file already existing so that
> could get cleaned up a bit as well...
> Dmitry Dorofeev wrote:
>> I sow that it is a new version on SM. Thanks !
>> Sorry i missed the letter from the author so i am responding to myself...
>> Is it possible to change
>> OmniBaseTester >> testDir
>> to read like
>> SmalltalkImage current platformName = 'unix' ifTrue: [
>> ^ '/tmp/OmniBase-Squeak'
>> ] ifFalse: [
>> ^ 'C:\temp\OmniBase-Squeak'
>> So unix (and Mac) users of OmniBase will see temp files in a correct
>> place ?
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