jupiter.jones at mail.com
Sun Jun 15 03:16:05 UTC 2014
Sorry for replying to my own message again, however…
There are 3 other issues that could be addressed for cross platform compatibility:
This method saves a document to disc, then load and displays it, if there is a display. Nice idea for a first time user, but probably not necessary with the excellent docs Tony has on his site.
I think #assureExistence is deprecated (I didn’t check just now) and #ensureCreateDirectory is the way to go.
^ (FileDirectory default directoryNamed: self storageDirectoryName) assureExistence.
can be changed to:
^ (FileDirectory default directoryNamed: self storageDirectoryName) ensureCreateDirectory.
is using #submitOnClick wasn’t working and I changed it to:
onChange: 'return submitForm(this)’;
On 15 Jun 2014, at 12:55 pm, Jupiter Jones <jupiter.jones at mail.com> wrote:
> I noticed that neither of them load with an error compiling the method:
> TLForgotPasswordComponent >> sendPasswordResetEmailTo: username
> …because username is already defined in the TLForgotPasswordComponent class.
> This appears to have compiled in Pharo (don’t know why), but does not (rightly so) in GemStone.
> Can Tony or Sergio make this change, or if it’s easier, I can publish this minor change is someone can give me access.
> On 15 Jun 2014, at 12:31 pm, Jupiter Jones <jupiter.jones at mail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> There appears to be 2 copies of the TF-Login package - Tony’s original on squeaksource, and one from Sergio on smalltalk hub.
>> They appear to be the same. Which one is the “official-est” one? :)
>> No changes appear to have been made since early 2011 on squeak source so I’m guessing it doesn’t matter which - just asking since I’m making a configuration to set and forget.
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