[Vm-dev] One-Click as VM
John M McIntosh
johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.com
Wed Jan 27 07:58:40 UTC 2010
So remind me why you want to do this.
The one-click plugins are usually assembled by a third party and contain a mixture of things, there could be or could not be the most recent plugins, or VM in the set of folders.
On the macintosh the info.plist could be altered and not actually have a version number that matches what version the VM is.
However if you wish to stuff the sources in the *.app/Contents/Resources you would have to change the Smalltalk code where it hunts for the sources file and have it hunt
where you think the sources file should be. This is not a function of the VM, it's a Smalltalk code problem.
On 2010-01-26, at 2:19 PM, keith wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am trying to use the One-Click image as a one stop vm shop. I took the pier1.2 one click image, and removed the image.
> My first use-case is launching the vm with the image in the same directory as the .app.
> This works brilliantly, but I don't seem to be able to provide the sources file inside the .app, the one in ./Contents/Resources is ignored.
> I think that the same is true if I launch via drag and drop on the mac.
> My second use case is to be able to put the image, in the top level directory of the .app packages.
> any thoughts on how to achieve either of these.
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