[BUG] Changing name project in SqueakSource and using Monticello

Adrian Lienhard alienhard at netstyle.ch
Wed Jun 30 18:52:11 UTC 2004

Hi Samir,

Yes, that's the only possibility at the moment. The reason for the 
restrictions of the project name exists because it is used for the URLs 
(such as repository, RSS). The project title on the other hand is a 
string that you can set and change as you wish.


On Jun 29, 2004, at 4:59 PM, Samir Saidani wrote:

> Ok, I understand now :
> "To register a new project please fill-in the following form. Note that
> the project name has to be unique within SqueakSource, it cannot be
> changed after registration and should not contain blanks or other
> special characters."
> But it's not very intuitive because I thought that the name for the
> repository was the same as the name of the project. Now I have
> something quite inconsistent because the name of the repository is
> Graph and the name of the project is Graphs, and I cannot change the
> name of the repository, and would like to keep the name Graphs to be
> consistent with the package name. Do I have to delete and recreate
> this project to work around this problem ?
>>>>>> "Julian" == Julian Fitzell <julian at beta4.com> writes:
>     Julian> I assume the repository URL changed when you renamed the
>     Julian> project on squeaksource... have you created a new
>     Julian> Monticello repository with that URL?  You should be able
>     Julian> to open the new package from there (you can delete the old
>     Julian> 'Graph' package from the MC browser.
Adrian Lienhard

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