dway at riskmetrics.com
Tue Dec 2 18:31:12 UTC 2003
Marcus Denker wrote:
> Am 02.12.2003 um 06:59 schrieb Doug Way:
>> I notice that the SUnit package package contains TestRunner, and
>> SUnit is an in-image package, so the SUnit package should also be
>> updated since it is the master copy.
>> However, I vaguely remember reading something on the list about
>> future versions of SUnit not including TestRunner. If that's true,
>> then I guess it's okay to just update TestRunner in the image for
>> now. (The basic TestRunner UI that comes with SUnit could use a lot
>> of help, so it's probably best if it's not included with SUnit anyway.)
> Yes, people tend to hack the testrunner a lot, so Joseph will remove
> it from the basic distribution... I initially wanted to wait for
> that, but then I decided to just move forward and do: 1) split SUnit
> into SUnit and TestRunner (the changesets are
> alleady seprate inside the SAR) , 2) build a new TestRunner with Ned's
> changes, that can be installed instead of the old one. The changed one
> would be the package included in Squeak.
> I will do the packages later... just filing in the changeset should be
> ok as far as the image is concerned.
> (We need to find a way for the SM-Installer to not show allready
> installed packages: People seem to install SUnit a lot
> from SM, but it's allready installed)
Hm, when you open the Package Loader (for SM 1.x), it does not show the
already installed packages by default, so I don't think this should be a
big problem. For example, SUnit does not show up by default.
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