[squeak-dev] Re: [Squeak 4.0] Last Call

Casey Ransberger ron.spengler at gmail.com
Mon Mar 15 04:54:12 UTC 2010


Thanks for having a look good sir!

The Disney thing was pointed out by a couple of people. When I was
handling that I also noticed that I hadn't made reference to the
license window.

Sorry, I should have replied about the copyright methods. What I heard
back was that indeed some parts of the system are under different
copyrights, and this isn't a relicense blocker. Again, if SFC comes
back with a different story, I can remove them.

On Saturday, March 13, 2010,  <juan at jvuletich.org> wrote:
>> Does anyone have any objections to Squeak 4.0 RC3? If so, now is your
>> time to be heard. If I don't hear anything else, I'll be calling RC3
>> "Gold Master" and shipping it tonight or tomorrow.
>> If you haven't tested it out, please do, and let me know if there's
>> anything that blocks relicense, entrance into the SFC, or irrevocably
>> prevents deploying changes in from Trunk.
>> Thanks folks.
>> --
>> Casey Ransberger
> Hi Casey,
> I don't know if this is important at all, but the "Welcome to..." window
> has a description to the license that doesn't mention the "License"
> window. Besides, in "Welcome to..." it says (c) Apple and Disney, and in
> "License" it says (c) The Squeak Community, Xerox, Apple. It would be good
> not to repeat this stuff, and if it is repeated, it should match.
> Besides, it contains SystemDictionary>>#copytight and
> Utilities>>#copyrightNotice that also don't match. (BTW, I said this about
> 2 weeks ago).
> This is not a show stopper, but the Mac VM is not updated to latest
> VMMaker and doesn't pass the BitBlt tests. Well, the failing tests are not
> in the 4.0 image, but the BitBlt bugs are in the bundled Mac VM anyway.
> Cheers,
> Juan Vuletich

Casey Ransberger

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