[squeak-dev] Installing Filetree
hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Thu Jul 19 15:12:33 UTC 2012
Regarding point 2 of the previous mail.
I realize that instead of
I have to go to
and pick out a file name and then do e.g.
Then it files in file. However there is still a problem. See next mail.
On 7/19/12, H. Hirzel <hannes.hirzel at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/13/12, Dale Henrichs <dhenrich at vmware.com> wrote:
>> Could I see a little more of the stack to get some context?
>> I should point out that I don't necessarily keep the mcz files up-to-date
>> and that the complete install of FileTree should involve a load from a
>> repository, to get the absolutely latest code.
>> I'd also be interested to know which version of the
>> MonticelloFileTree-Core.squeak43 package that is loaded ...
>> Finally I run tests using travisCI for each push to github, but I test
>> against the image downloaded from  (including latest github code for
>> Squeak4.3 branch) and that passing all of the unit tests, with my latest
>>  http://travis-ci.org/#!/dalehenrich/filetree/builds/1810028
>>  http://ftp.squeak.org/4.3/Squeak4.3.zip
> I redid the test case
> A pristine copy of  using the latest Cog machine on Windows
> http://www.mirandabanda.org/files/Cog/VM/VM.r2559/cogwin.zip (I assume
> the Cog version has no influence, this is just for the record)
> The image version is Squeak 4.3 #11860
> 1) Open a workspace
> 2) Paste in the code from the email from Bert who reports it has worked for
> Installer ss3
> project: 'FileTree';
> install: 'MonticelloFileTree-Core.squeak43'.
> 3) Execute the code
> A walkback.
> The versions collection is empty, see attached screen shot.
> Suggestions what else to test are welcome.
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