How-to Monticello Configuration
Ron at USMedRec.com
Wed Mar 7 15:39:41 UTC 2007
If you load the fix then configurations will work.
For me configurations are an essential part of using Monticello. I know
people are using Monticello without configurations but I really don't know
how or why.
With Monticello Configurations you can, add multiple repositories, and
packages. Then with one click you can update all of your packages from all
the connected repositories to get the latest versions. Then with one click
you can load all the code from all the repositories.
It is also very useful if you need to load packages in a particular order.
We developed a Config file for Cryptography because some of the packages use
other packages during load.
What I do everyday is browse the configuration file for my application.
Then I update from repositories, and load. Every now and then I add a new
package. Like I just created a Q2 package for the Q2 log of Gjallar. When
I do this I'll update from repositories add my new packages and store the
new config file to my repository.
Feel free to ask questions,
President / Principal Software Engineer
US Medical Record Specialists
Squeak Cryptography Team Leader
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> bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Damien Cassou
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> Subject: How-to Monticello Configuration
> I would like to understand what are MC configurations, how to use them
> and why, when I try to load one, I get a:
> MCMcmReader(MCVersionReader): My subclass should have overridden
> See HtmlReport:
> Damien Cassou
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