SqueakMap Package Loader
goran.hultgren at bluefish.se
Thu Oct 24 21:29:28 UTC 2002
Hi Brent and all!
Quoting Brent Vukmer <bvukmer at blackboard.com>:
> Dan, Goran, Ned, Avi -- everybody working on this rocks.
> I see two SqueakMap listings in the Loader. When I try to install the
Two listings? Are you sure you are not seeing "SqueakMap" and "SqueakMap
Browser"? (Note: "SqueakAmp" is something else... ;-) )
> RC1 version, I get the messages something like "map1 not available" then
RC1 would be package "SqueakMap". The "not available" message is ok - the map1
server is not active yet. It should fall back onto map2.
But using SM Loader you should be getting it when doing a "net map update" (or
whatever it is called) or when opeing the SM Loader, not when doing an install
of some package.
> "download of SqueakMapBrowser failed".
Ok, the "download fails" message is actually a bug - you will get the same
message regardless if it was installation or download that failed. Daniel is
fixing that, simple copy/paste error. But... did you try to install/download
"SqueakMap Browser"? You were just saying that you were installing RC1
(="SqueakMap", not "SqueakMap Browser")...
> The RC1 listing disappears from the Loader's list.
This depends on active filters - perhaps you are only showing "new or newer"
which would mean that when you install a package it disappears from the list
because then there no longer is a "new or newer" version available - you just
installed the newest...
> The SqueakMap Browser( ->012023 ) listing is still
> there, but if I try to install it, I get a Debugger. After that, I
> can't seem to install anything. The squeakmapbrowser-021023.cs.gz file
> was downloaded and unzipped, though.
Ok. This might be something Daniel was talking about - some bug I obviously have
missed in "unpack". It should return true/false but misses that. I will check it
out tomorrow when I get back to the office.
Thanks for testing, sorry for my confused answers...
Göran Hultgren, goran.hultgren at bluefish.se
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