[squeak-dev] Re: Can't load any Metacello into trunk - help!
Mariano Martinez Peck
marianopeck at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 20:32:33 UTC 2011
The problem is that in the baseline is everything inside a spec for: #pharo
since nobody report me about GlorpDBX is Squeak..
I've just commited a new version of ConfigurationOfGlorpDBX that change
#pharo for #common. So it should, at least, try to load.
First you need to enable selectors with underscore. Then evaluate:
(ConfigurationOfGlorpDBX project version: '1.4') load.
and tell us what happen. I will try to do it also.
There is no yet #stable in ConfigurationOfGlorpDBX, but yes in
On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 9:28 PM, Dale Henrichs <dhenrich at vmware.com> wrote:
> On Mar 25, 2011, at 1:14 PM, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
> >>>>>> "Levente" == Levente Uzonyi <leves at elte.hu> writes:
> > Levente> Please update your image, the issue should be solved by
> Monticello-ul.443. See
> > Levente>
> > Levente> for details.
> > Levente> Levente
> >>> Trying to load Seaside30, GlorpDBX, and Magritte2 into a trunk. If
> >>> there's some extra magic required to make it work, please help.
> > Sadly, "ConfigurationOfSqueakDBX load" works fine, but
> > "ConfigurationOfGlorpDBX load" still tries to call
> > nil loadUsing: mcLoader
> > because
> > self projectPackage
> > is returning nil.
> > It's trying to run SqueakDBX with 1.3, but there's no version of that
> > for Squeak, only Pharo.
> > Is there a way to say "latest version for this platform", or should that
> > be inherent in the default #load?
> The #stable symbolic version is intended to specify the "latest version for
> this platform," but not all configurations have been updated to use symbolic
> versions... typically the person doing the port of a project to Squeak,
> Pharo, or GemStone will define the symbolic version for their platform,
> since they are the ones who know which version is "the latest and best"
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