[Seaside] Developing on a single image between two computers
bakki.kudva at gmail.com
Sun Sep 3 17:38:20 UTC 2006
I develop on 3 machines, work, home and laptop. I just use my laptop
(MacBookPro) to shuttle the image between the two workstations (Debian
Sarge Linux). I had asked this question earlier on the list and it was
suggested that I also could save and reload a project. For some
reason on my laptop Squeak hangs when it says Publishing (collecting
resources)...when it is trying to create a proect file in the
Squeaklet directory. So I have stuck to just copying the entire image
which only takes a minute anyhow. I suppose one could also use a flash
drive between machines.
On 9/3/06, Grant Rettke <grettke at acm.org> wrote:
> How do folks normally go about distributed development against the same image?
> For example, say I work at home on a project; and then I decide to
> visit my parents
> and then work on that project at their house. It seems like I would
> just install Squeak and then load my image. If I am using version
> control, though, how would I do things differently?
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