[VM][UNIX] SHA uploaded to SourceForge
rwithers at quallaby.com
Mon Jan 21 21:37:47 UTC 2002
It's funny you should mention that, Cees. I just spent a considerable part
of the weekend coming up to speed on things like tags.
How would you find the "TESTED" string in cvs tags? Using 'cvs history -T',
by chance? We are considering these exact issues at this time, for
releasing to the squeak SF site.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cg at home.cdegroot.com [mailto:cg at home.cdegroot.com]
> Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 4:24 PM
> To: squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> Subject: Re: [VM][UNIX] SHA uploaded to SourceForge
> Martin McClure <martin at hand2mouse.com> said:
> >I'm not sure I see where the advantage of a weekly snapshot
> would be.
> >If I need the version from a particular date, I just ask CVS for the
> >version as of that date.
> Well, CVS comes bundled with my OS but it seems there are
> still savages out
> there that need to download and install it for their
> hopelessly inferior
> systems ;-}.
> Plus, if the checkers-in would agree that they'd tag a
> release with "TESTED"
> when they'd at least built the VM and ran some basic
> (predefined?) test set,
> my cron job could fetch that version and put it up for download as
> "latest-tested.tar.gz" without having to start long
> explanations about CVS
> Anyway, it was just an offer, so everyone is free to refuse :-)
> (Plus, I like tim's notion that you could do all this from
> within Squeak with
> the sockets-based CVS client much better than any fiddling
> with tarballs...)
> Cees de Groot http://www.cdegroot.com
> <cg at cdegroot.com>
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