[squeak-dev] Integer>>isPrime why reverting Knuth's algorithm
P (probabilistic primality test) with iteration over division with even
leves at elte.hu
Mon Jan 25 15:37:51 UTC 2010
On Mon, 25 Jan 2010, Enrico Spinielli wrote:
> seems my contribution is the only one in 'The
Because the Inbox only contains new contributions. Whenever a contribution
is accepted or rejected it's moved to the Treated Inbox
> <http://source.squeak.org/inbox/>Will an email automatically sent to
> squeak-dev (as it seems to be the case with 'The Trunk')?
No, because that would require the server to look for ancestors in other
> On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 12:52 PM, David T. Lewis <lewis at mail.msen.com>wrote:
>> On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 12:31:04PM +0100, Enrico Spinielli wrote:
>>> yes, if I compare with the Trunk I only get my changes,
>>> but if I continue with step 5) I will end up with a saved version for the
>>> Trunk, not the Inbox, won't I?
>>> (and be blocked [correctly] because I have no write access)
>> This tells you that your image, relative to Trunk, has just the changes
>> you made (which is good). Your image, relative to whatever is in the
>> inbox, has lots of changes. That is OK, because the inbox probably
>> just has some older save from someone else.
>> You can point to back to Inbox again and save your changes, and all
>> will be well.
>> One more tip: If you are not confident that this is going to work right,
>> you can do the save with a local repository on your own hard drive,
>> such as the package-cache. Then you can use the Monticello browser to
>> copy your new version from your local repository to the Inbox repository.
>> But don't worry too much about it, nothing that you save to the inbox
>> is going to do any harm.
> Enrico Spinielli
> "Do Androids dream of electric sheep?"? Philip K. Dick
> "Hear and forget; see and remember;do and understand."?Mitchel Resnick
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