[squeak-dev] Re: Processing a file at image startup (scripting)
andreas.raab at gmx.de
Tue May 26 18:00:55 UTC 2009
Cédrick Béler wrote:
> 2009/5/20 Andreas Raab <andreas.raab at gmx.de>:
>> 2) When your app starts, process command line args as you'd like, for
>> "Process command line arguments for this application"
> Does this kind of method goes in a class that has to be added to the
> StartUpList ?
It depends on how you start your app. What we do for our images is that
we use a class method called #runAsApp that is implemented on the main
UI class. It looks roughly like here:
"Run me as a standalone app, sealed without development information."
World submorphs do:[:each| each delete].
Preferences disable: #warnIfNoSourcesFile.
Preferences disable: #warnIfNoChangesFile.
(self confirm: 'Save the sealed image?') ifTrue:[
AutoStart deinstall. "no autostart please"
#launchAppFrame then instantiates the actual UI which (indirectly) calls
> Last, I'd like to know if there's a way to run headless without
> specifiing the parameter -headless. Actually, I'd like a vm that
> run headless by default. Do I need to build my own vm for that ? At
> the moment, I just created a small script so that all parameters are
> hidden inside.
That's what we do as well.
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