sourcer tools comparison(was What is Squeak?)
jp1660 at att.net
Tue Dec 21 18:02:01 UTC 2004
it would also make a great page for the swiki...
Tim Rowledge wrote:
>In message <ad69ab69041220121341073272 at mail.gmail.com>
> Avi Bryant <avi.bryant at gmail.com> wrote:
>> - Monticello plays the role that CVS does in most open source
>> projects; it's a version control system, aimed at making team
>> development of Squeak source code easier.
>> - SqueakSource is like sourceforge.net; it provides a place to host
>> collaborative development of projects. Just as sourceforge.net
>> provides a CVS repository (so that you don't have to know how to host
>> your own), SqueakSource provides a Monticello repository.
>> - SqueakMap is like freshmeat.net; it provides a central location to
>> announce and to find Squeak packages. Unlike Monticello and
>> SqueakSource, which are meant to help development, SqueakMap is for
>> final, released code.
>> - SqueakPeople is like slashdot (or more directly, but more obscurely,
>> like advogato.org); it's a place to discuss Squeak by posting articles
>> or diary entries, and a sort of algorithmic "who's who" (read up on
>> its ranking system to see what I mean).
>This paragraph (long with the relevant URLS etc) would make a good bit
>of text to put in the welcome workspace.
>Tim Rowledge, tim at sumeru.stanford.edu, http://sumeru.stanford.edu/tim
>Stock item: We shipped it once before, and we can do it again, probably.
Source code in files. How quaint. -- Kent Beck
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