[Vm-dev] Fwd: Compiling Squeak failed with VMMaker on Mac
brad at bradfuller.com
Wed Apr 18 00:21:28 UTC 2007
tim Rowledge wrote:
> I wrote a little ReadMe.txt to put in the platforms directory. I added
> it to my svn localcopy. I try to commit it and just get:-
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: CHECKOUT of '/svn/squeak/!svn/ver/1655/trunk/platforms':
> authorization failed (http://squeakvm.org)
I've never seen a bang in the path. What does that mean?
If you do
# svn info
it'll tell you the repository root and URL. You could see if that
corresponds to what you think it ought to.
> I have no idea whatsoever what I am supposed to do about that. It used
> to work, but I have moved Macs recently so perhaps something got
> fubard. If anyone can explain it would be most helpful.
> The file reads (just in case somebody else would like to add it)
> ReadMe.txt for 'platforms'.
> This is the directory tree for the hand-written code, build
> documentation, resources and makefiles for the Squeak VM. It is
> maintained in an SVN repository kept at http://squeakvm.org.
> Other parts of the sourcecode are generated from within Squeak by
> using the VMMaker application, which is available via the SqueakMap
> Package Loader built in to Squeak.
> See http://www.squeak.org for information about Squeak, including how
> to download it. See http://wiki.squeak.org/squeak/vmmaker for
> information about the VMMaker application.
> Information specific to the different platforms supported by this set
> of sourcecode should be found in the 'docs' directory inside the
> subdirectories named for each platform.
> tim Rowledge; tim at rowledge.org; http://www.rowledge.org/tim
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