[squeak-dev] [Question] How do I use the OmniBrowser?
damien.cassou at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 06:36:31 UTC 2008
On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 11:29 AM, hh2 at lexdb.net <hh2 at lexdb.net> wrote:
> Thank you, Damien, for your hint. But I prefer loading only a few packages
> through the package Universe.
When you do that, you use the main part of my work, i.e., maintaining
the Universe :-).
> DEVELOPER IMAGES
> You load quite a number of packages into the dev images as you write in
> (list of installed packages in the dev images)
> But you write that you do not run the tests in the images
Because Laurent Laffont does this for me :-) (thank you Laurent).
> I appreciate the work you are doing (keeping track of interesting packages
> to load, know where to get them from, communicate with package developers)
> but the work is not complete.
> My understanding of a distribution is that the burden of the _tests_ is not
> put onto the consumer.
I agree, it should be put on the Squeak release team and I guess they
agree. I can't fix Squeak. The dev images are not a fork, it's only
packages put into a base image.
> However what I am interested in are the "loading scripts" to avoid having to
> click around in the UniverseBrowser. This means having a kind of loading
> script I can adapt to my needs.
I attached the script to this email. This script uses Universe to load
the different things including the package ImageForDevelopers comming
from SqueakSource. This package configure the image (documentation,
omnibrowser by default, clean tools flap, icon...). If you need more
info please tell me.
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