boognish23 at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 25 23:23:56 UTC 2004
I am experiencing the same problem as Marcel. I think the trick is
"having VMMaker already loaded", but I have no idea what this means.
I've scanned the swiki, but nothing really tips me off. Any ideas?
I'm using the unix vm (3.7b-5) with the 5989 image.
--- In squeak at yahoogroups.com, Marcel Weiher <marcel at m...> wrote:
> Success! Didn't change a thing, except having VMMaker already loaded.
> This time, the "initializing..." progress bar didn't even appear long
> enough to be noticeable, the various tests worked and I started playing
> around with the browser after putting the nib in the right place.
> Third time lucky? (Versions were exact same ones you mentioned, all
> freshly downloaded)
> Now I'll play around with it some more....I see you are using the
> threaded model...interesting...but it's so wonderful to finally have
> this in place!
> On 2 Jun 2004, at 02:41, Avi Bryant wrote:
> > On Jun 1, 2004, at 3:58 PM, Marcel Weiher wrote:
> >> OK, loading this from the repository gets me an error about a
> >> dependency that needs to be resolved "SmartSyntaxInterpreterPlugin",
> >> which I can't find in a fresh 3.7 beta image. Googling reveals that
> >> this was a proposed rename of "TestInterpreterPlugin", which I can't
> >> find either, nor the "SmartInterpreterPlugin" that was suggested
> >> better idea.
> > SmartSyntaxInterpreterPlugin is part of VMMaker. But you're right
> > that if you don't need to build the plugin, you can proceed through
> > that warning.
> >> So I tried loading it anyway, which proceeds, takes quite some time
> >> in downloading/installing and then seems to grind to a halt
> >> completely in initializing. Does this simply take a long time? Or
> >> do I need to resolve that reference? Or something else?
> > Hm, it went by relatively quickly for me (the actual load does take a
> > while because of all the convenience stubs for FoundationKit and
> > AppKit methods). I tried it on a fresh 5923 image, with the Squeak
> > 3.7b-5 VM and the ObjectiveCPlugin already installed.
> > Which versions are you using?
> > Avi
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