[squeak-dev] Squeak-dev Digest, Vol 192, Issue 25
maxleske at gmail.com
Sun Dec 16 22:03:01 UTC 2018
I just retested loading in Ubuntu 17.04 (32-bits) without problems.
Maybe you didn't checkout the commit I referenced? I realise there's a
`cd Seaside` missing before the `git checkout`.
What's the load error about? What system are you using exactly?
On 16 Dec 2018, at 20:12, squeak-dev-request at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> I'm running into an error related to Metacello loading when I do the
> run.sh script in the recipe below, screen shot attached. I am running
> on Linux.
> It looks like I am missing something in the intial setup, can you give
> me a pointer?
> On Sun, Dec 16, 2018 at 06:14:47PM +0100, Max Leske wrote:
>> We have an issue in Seaside where a loaded test method holds a bad
>> source pointer. We only noticed because this method accesses the
>> debugger map.
>> How to reproduce:
>> 1. clone SmalltalkCI:
>> git clone git at github.com:hpi-swa/smalltalkCI.git
>> 2. clone Seaside:
>> git clone git at github.com:SeasideSt/Seaside.git;
>> git checkout 9cb54a7b14cd254ef318294905c4e8dda8dd9f79
>> 3. install Seaside in Squeak5.2:
>> <path to SmalltalkCI>/run.sh --headful -s Squeak-5.2 <path to
>> 4. Run the test WAPharoDebuggerTest>>testNamedTempAt and you'll see a
>> debugger pop up for an UndeclaredVariable. The source lookup is
>> performed in the changes file but in the middle of a chunk of binary
>> (font) data.
>> I can can only speculate that some of that binary data introduces
>> chunks which messes with the offsets.
>> We're adding a workaround for that particular test for now.
>> Let me know if I can help track down the issue.
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