[squeak-dev] GitHub package management beta
dale.henrichs at gemtalksystems.com
Wed Jun 7 18:04:46 UTC 2017
I think that the Cargo is the Pharo effort for package management. I've
forwarded Eliot's mail to Christophe ...
On 06/07/2017 09:34 AM, Ben Coman wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 7, 2017 at 9:56 PM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de
> <mailto:bert at freudenbergs.de>> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 7, 2017 at 3:16 AM, Eliot Miranda
> <eliot.miranda at gmail.com <mailto:eliot.miranda at gmail.com>>wrote:
> Hi All,
> I've been invited to participate in github's Bera test of
> their new package management support. I don't know much, if
> anything, about the software except that it supports RubyGems
> at github has asked me to supply a list of email addresses of
> those who would like to test the software. The contact will
> provide documentation.
> If you would like to participate please reply to me using this
> same subject line and including in the body of the message the
> email you'd like used. Please do top post.
> See below ;)
> Maybe we could get github to directly support Monticello.
> Maybe this could achieve some simplifications and ease some
> tensions. I don't know. But I'm intrigued.
> Package management is not the same as version control ... MC is
> version control, whereas we use config maps / SqueakMap /
> Metacello for package management. Sounds more like when you do a
> release on github, they would automatically push a release to the
> npm and gems database.
> Jakob (cc'ed) is working on full MC/git/github integration for
> Squeak, so he may be interested, but I'd think we should get the
> basics covered before getting github to do something specific for
> us. We don't know what we would need, yet.
> Thats very interesting to hear. Do you know if the will follow
> Pharo's Iceberg model, or Cuis' git interface (which I'm not familiar
> with) or something else?
> cheers -ben
> P.S. I'm not sure if I should have seen the CC to Jakob in my mail
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