can not install Chronos
philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Mon Jul 10 08:39:46 UTC 2006
Well, now I get a Syntax Error again:
PPHttpRequest KomHttpServer-Protocol parseCookies:
"PRIVATE: Parse a string in the format:
Cookie: NAME1=OPAQUE_STRING1; NAME2=OPAQUE_STRING2 ..."
| dict |
dict := Dictionary new.
(aString findTokens: ';') do:
| pair |
pair := pairStr findTokens: '='.
pair size > 0
[| key Name already used in this class ->value |
key := pair first withBlanksTrimmed asSymbol.
value := pair size > 1
[pair second withBlanksTrimmed]
(dict includesKey: key) ifTrue: [self halt].
dict at: key put: value]
["self log: 'Cookie invalid pair format: ''' , pairStr , ''''"
2006/7/10, Alan Lovejoy <squeak-dev.sourcery at forum-mail.net>:
> There was an error in the install script. I've fixed it. Download the sar
> file and try it again.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: squeak-dev-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> [mailto:squeak-dev-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Philippe
> Sent: Monday, July 10, 2006 12:30 AM
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> Subject: Re: can not install Chronos
> 2006/7/10, Alan Lovejoy <squeak-dev.sourcery at forum-mail.net>:
> > Version B1.173 of Chronos has been published.
> > This version fixes a bug in ChronosParser reported by John Rubier. It
> > also renames the Passport class HttpRequest to PPHttpRequest, and
> > renames the Passport class HttpResponse to PPHttpResponse (to avoid a
> > class name conflict with Seaside.) The latter changes only affect
> > Squeak, since both HttpRequest and HttpRespose existed only in the Squeak
> version of Passport.
> Cool thanks. However I still can't load it, I get a
> TimeZonePolicyFactory class doesNotUnderstand: #basicInitializeAll
> This happens in the #initialize method of TimeZonePolicyFactory class.
> > The new version is available either from SqueakSource
> > (http://map.squeak.org/account/package/46b5731f-5112-4157-94d3-d40c4ed
> > 8304d) or from the Chronos web site (http://www.chronos-st.org). Note
> > that the version available from SqueakSource is now distributed as a
> > SAR file.
> You're talking about SqueakMap. SqueakSource is something different.
> (I get a EOCD error when directly loading from SqueakMap, so I have to
> download and install by hand, but this is standard procedure for SqueakMap
> for me these days anyway)
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