[squeak-dev] Re: Packages, Packages, Packages
miguel.coba at gmail.com
Sat Dec 12 21:44:52 UTC 2009
> Before writing Mason, I did look into Sake and Bob. Sake doesn't meet one of my core needs, which is that the image being built does *not* need to have the build tool loaded. This provides a lot more flexibility in terms of what can be built, and Sake doesn't provide that.
But that is a project decision. The case for pharo, they could simply
choose to include the packages to load more packages in the core image
and walk ahead. Isn't necessarily a problem to not have a pristine
only kernel image. At least in my production servers I can have
*those* packages installed, the same way that a minimal Debian server
must have apt-get/aptitude installed in order to be *real* useful.
In this internet age, is very valuable to download everything with
just a command in a remote server. If that means to have some more
packages in the core image, that is ok with me.
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