[squeak-dev] [Q] Last recommended VM for 3.10 basic ?
bert at freudenbergs.de
Thu Apr 10 16:54:27 UTC 2008
Generally, use the latest released VM for your platform.
- Bert -
On 10.04.2008, at 09:21, Ken G. Brown wrote:
> I just downloaded Squeak3.10-7159-basic.zip and noticed that the
> image file name inside is 'Squeak3dot10.7159.image', not matching
> the release name.
> As well, will there ever be a different version of 3.10-7159-basic?
> If so, then there needs to be a version number included.
> For version 3.9 at <http://ftp.squeak.org/>, we have Squeak3.9-
> final-7067.zip with Squeak3.9-final-7067.image inside and
> Squeak3.9.1-final-7075.zip with Squeak3.9.1-final-7075.image inside.
> So 'final' in the name evidently does not mean anything.
> The latest dev image is sq3.10-7159dev08.04.1.zip with
> sq3.10-7159dev08.04.1.image inside.
> Latest 3.10 dev images do not show up at <http://ftp.squeak.org/>,
> perhaps they could and should?
> Versions 3.10 requires version SqueakV39.sources which also is
> confusing, 3.9 versions also require SqueakV39.sources, however,
> versions 3.8 and below in the 3.x range require SqueakV3.sources.
> And then there are the many VM's! Whew...
> Might I respectfully suggest better standardization and consistency
> in naming conventions? All these confusing versioning issues could
> be dealt with in improved fashion. Craig has evidently given
> versioning some thought: <http://www.netjam.org/versions/>.
> Ken G. Brown
> At 5:00 AM -0700 4/10/08, squeak-dev-request at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> apparently wrote:
>> Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 06:54:42 -0300
>> From: "Edgar J. De Cleene" <edgardec2001 at yahoo.com.ar>
>> Subject: [squeak-dev] [Q] Last recommended VM for 3.10 basic ?
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>> Seems I should produce the same directory structure of 3.9 release on
>> I ask to VM makers (John, Andreas, Ian, others) which one is the
>> last they
>> advice should be the "official" for put into the dirs.
>> Also I beg Sophie and Seaside "OneClickExperience" share with me
>> how put the
>> needed files into the Mac VM structure for doing some OneClick3.10,
>> email private if needed.
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