[squeak-dev] [ExperimentalCoreRelease] What I wish do is...
siguctua at gmail.com
Thu Mar 11 08:49:14 UTC 2010
On 11 March 2010 09:46, Edgar J. De Cleene <edgardec2005 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a lot of work made and wish move on.
> Masters please let the Wild South lives, be kind .
> Frankly I tired of fight for a each bit different of business as usual .
> All must read http://wiki.squeak.org/squeak/5914, have a smile , relax.
> When Ralph pick me for 3.10, I wish go back to 3.8 practice of build a
> release with .cs and have the load updates button again.
> Then need invent how to do fake .cs and really got .mcz instead.
> This works and only we have two breaks in the 3.10 build.
> This is the process Andreas take to the next level and all Core Developers
> was happy with.
> But we only 42 if I do not was wrong.
> Some others forks could do not have Monticello and many could contribute if
> we have more choices.
> So my pet Mendieta in the way to become 4.2 Core like have two ways of work.
> Plain old .cs in updates folder
> for now.
> And usual load code updates coming from trunk.
> For this I have some changes for let a .mcz coming from trunk becomes a
> numbered .cs.
I think it is generally good to have an old .cs stream , so old timers
(or anyone else)
who, by some reason can't use MC, could easily get those files and do
anything they want with them.
This, btw, related to Keith's arguing that trunk changes is hard to
harvest because .mcz format is not malleable.
Also, i think, it is good to have an artifact, which we can easily
reproduce using bare tools by having a starting point (3.10 image)
and a set of changesets (Which again, defeats one of the Keith's
points against trunk).
> As example, have a question that sends to wiser as me people and still do
> not have any answers.
> For this question Files-ul.70 becomes 9450Files-ul.70.cs
> Mendieta becomes not only more modular and smaller as some packages should
> begin his life out.
> My hope, becomes smarter.
> See the videos of past experiments.
> recorded Jun 19 2009.
> Here comes the dnu cascading I was using and like to bring to all.
> Also see
Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
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