[Seaside] Sharing Squeak code in a project

Florian Minjat florian.minjat at emn.fr
Tue Mar 6 15:41:20 UTC 2007

I use Monticello with a ftp repository shared with others developpers 
and it works perfectly fine. It just need an ftp account with 
read/write access.
I just use my apache server to serve the file in order to load version 
easily on my production seaside image.


Lukas Renggli wrote:
>> Yes, that's what I'm looking for. The answer it seems, is Monticello.
>> I'll dive into that and take a closer look. I didn't realise that a
>> source code management system either. Squeaksource is a bit too 'public'
>> for us :)
> SqueakSource is a repository for Monticello. It is not a versioning
> system on its own.
> Monticello requires you to setup a HTTP, FTP, GOODS, ... repository if
> you want to share code. You can avoid this duty by using SqueakSource.
> You can also create a closed repository, that nobody else can read.
> Have a look at the project settings.
> Cheers,
> Lukas

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