[squeak-dev] Re: Testing Seaside in Squeak4.3alpha-11454

Hannes Hirzel hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Sat Jun 4 03:51:18 UTC 2011

On 6/3/11, Chris Muller <ma.chris.m at gmail.com> wrote:
>> What SqueakMap scripts lack and Metacello does pretty well is proper
>> dependency handling. It's not enough to check if you have a given class in
>> the system to decide if you have the proper version of the dependency
>> loaded
>> or not. E.g.: if I have some version of OCompletion loaded into my image
>> and
>> I want to load the latest OB, then I expect the loader script to update
>> OCompletion to the minimal required version if my version is not
>> sufficient.
> Lacking for what use-case?  There are two use-cases which I've always
> said are being handled by properly-written SqueakMap installer
> scripts:

I did a retest of loading Seaside 3.0 with SqueakMap into a fully
updated image -- Squeak4.3alpha-11454.

Seasides 3.0 loads fine but it still shows the behaviour that the
Seaside  control panel does not work and I have to use the workaround
given by Tobias Pape (inspect on the Adaptor, then 'self start')
(see screen shot).

How do we get to a properly written, updated SqueakMap entry?
BTW what does it mean that the version number (3.0) is in parenthesis
whereas 2.8.2 is not?

-- Hannes
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