[squeak-dev] ReleaseBuilder package
gettimothy at zoho.com
Thu Sep 12 16:22:52 UTC 2013
Good news on the trunk!
I am confused by what you mean by 'There is no ReleaseBuilderForXdotY'.
I went here: http://ftp.squeak.org/trunk/
Downloaded the .image and .change, then copied over an existing cogvm, sources and stuff, fired up and browsing
ReleaseBuilder --> show hierarchy yields:
Behavior #('superclass' 'methodDict' 'format')
ClassDescription #('instanceVariables' 'organization')
Class #('subclasses' 'name' 'classPool' 'sharedPools' 'environment' 'category')
ProtoObject class #()
Object class #()
ReleaseBuilder class #()
ReleaseBuilderDeveloper class #()
ReleaseBuilderFor3dot10 class #('current')
ReleaseBuilderFor3dot11 class #()
ReleaseBuilderFor4dot3 class #()
ReleaseBuilderFor4dot4 class #()
ReleaseBuilderFor4dot5 class #()
ReleaseBuilderNihongo class #()
ReleaseBuilderSqueakland class #()
Since this is the 4.5 release series, I was poking around in the ReleaseBuilderFor4.5 to see if I could solve the image issue for you guys.
ReleaseBuilderFor4dot5 class>>prepareNewBuild hung when it tried to put my (ahem) work up on trunk.
It was then, I thought I should modify ReleaseBuilderFor4dot5>>releaseRepository to store my work locally.
If people commonly do that, I would like to mirror that style to keep things consistent.
---- On Thu, 12 Sep 2013 07:21:23 -0700 Frank Shearar<frank.shearar at gmail.com> wrote ----
On 12 September 2013 14:00, gettimothy <gettimothy at zoho.com> wrote:
> Is there a best-practice for fiddling with ReleaseBuilderForXdotY ?
> I downloaded the latest trunk image so I could look at the recent background
> image issue and, after running ReleaseBuilderFor4dot5 class>>prepareNewBuild
> discovered that it uses MCHttpRepository to upload to the
> I was going to play around with MCFileBasedRepository to save locally, but
> decided to ask the list first.
> Also, my apologies if I accidently clobbered /trunk
There is no ReleaseBuilderForXdotY. There is only ReleaseBuilder.
(Imagine that in a voice from Ghostbusters.)
You probably won't be able to clobber trunk. Or, if you did, it's an
administrator who's to blame, because only a few folk have commit
rights to Trunk. (Unlike Inbox, which is world-writable.)
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