About HTML removal

Stephane Ducasse ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Tue Apr 15 18:17:26 UTC 2003

Hi adam

No hurry I just started to work without removal and there are a lot to 
do :)
But this is true that at the end this would be good to have separate 

On Wednesday, April 16, 2003, at 01:14 AM, Adam Spitz wrote:

> Stephane Ducasse wrote:
>> I tried the package removal but it removes also the HTML parser that 
>> we
>> need to access our changesets on Swiki :(
> Sorry about that. The Scamper removal script, as it is now, removes 
> both
> the Scamper and the stuff in the Network-HTML* categories, since they
> seem to depend on each other. (The HTML stuff doesn't depend very
> heavily on Scamper, but it looked like Scamper had a few methods that
> the HTML stuff needed.)
> I was hoping that somebody would step forward and volunteer to maintain
> Scamper, and that that person would separate the HTML stuff and Scamper
> into two separate packages. So far I don't think anyone has 
> volunteered,
> though.
> Today is a busy day for me, but I'll split up the two packages as soon
> as I can. In the meantime, if you open up the Scamper SAR file (it's on
> SqueakMap), you'll find two changesets inside: Network-HTML.cs and
> Scamper.cs. If you just file in Network-HTML.cs, does your stuff work?
> Adam
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