[squeak-dev] Re: [Squeak 4.0] Release Candidate
ron.spengler at gmail.com
Tue Mar 9 17:49:55 UTC 2010
I just copied the format of what was in the 3.10 directory with regard
to the md5sums file (which wound up being a pain to generate... OSX
has a different md5 command than Linux, the hashes are presumably the
same, butthe decoration around them is different... sed to the rescue)
I'd be willing to guess that unix folks are happy enough with the
existing arrangement VM-wise.
In short, the above two issues are not regressions from 3.10 :)
Not sure what to do about the line breaks thing. The license file is
new, so that could be considered a bug.
On Tuesday, March 9, 2010, Andreas Raab <andreas.raab at gmx.de> wrote:
> Here are a few comments:
> - Should we include a unix vm such as here:
> (I'm not a unix user but if I were interested in Squeak and wanted to use the license clean version, I'd be interested in finding a vm with it)
> - the md5sums look like Windows, shouldn't they be on the zip files?
> - I'd prefer (but not too strongly) if the LICENSE file was properly wrapped. At least my FF isn't putting any line breaks in which makes it hard to read.
> I don't consider any of these blockers though; I'd be fine to ship rc1 as is.
> - Andreas
> On 3/8/2010 9:46 PM, Ronald Spengler wrote:
> I have a build packaged for all the platforms supported at
> ftp.squeak.org which is ready for testing. As the file
> (Squeak4.0.tar.gz) is rather large, I figured I wouldn't spam the
> whole list with it via email.
> Get it here:
> Break it out and test it!
> If all is well, we can call it a touchdown and put the files up on the
> FTP server.
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