putting a project on BSS
arning at charm.net
Fri Sep 28 03:01:53 UTC 2001
On Fri, 28 Sep 2001 02:04:13 +0100 John Hinsley <jhinsley at telinco.co.uk> wrote:
>I've finally got the Rolodex_Project to a point where it will dial out.
>This is in advance of writing it up, so I thought I might try and put it
>on BSS so people can play with it. (It's quite important that people do
>try and play with it, especially on platforms other than Linux, so I can
>see if the serial port stuff works for them ;-) ).
>But, (and BSS seems very slow tonight, anyway) how exactly?
- create a morphic project
- if there is (and it certainly looks like it in this case) Smalltalk code necessary for the project to work, be sure that the current change set contains that code
- choose 'Publish to Different Server' from the menu that pops up when you click and hold the Publish button in the project navigator
- fill in useful information in the dialog called 'Please describe this project' (click the More button)
- select 'Bobs SuperSwiki' from the blue file picker and click Save
- when asked if you want changes to be included, answer yes
That should do it.
As to the very slow, it could be
- it's only a residential DSL line
- it's too popular ;-)
- my ISP has problems sometimes
- another virus trying to eat the internet
- some debugging code I added the other day caused t to run out of memory (I restarted it)
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