[squeak-dev] SqueakMap label for 4.3 / Colors package

H. Hirzel hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Thu Jul 26 19:49:20 UTC 2012


in this case I think only the comment for the Squeak 4.3 tag should be
updated to show the fact that Squeak 4.3 actually has been released. I
was confused by the remark 'Squeak 4.3 to be released'. See [1] for
the entry of the Colors package example.

How can change the comment of the label
   'Squeak4.3 - To be released'


   'Squeak4.3 - Released December 23rd, 2011'
   For the date see [2]



[1] Catalogue entry for the Colors package

Package Name: Colors
Release Name: Colors
Release Summary: About 1500 new named colors
Version: 6
added colors from

to see all named colors, do
   Color displayNamedColors

	Compatibility level/Only extensions, no changes - Code extensions but
no changes in existing code.
	Licenses/MIT - The MIT license is like BSD without the advertising
clause. As free as it gets, suitable for cross Smalltalk 100% reuse.
The recommended license for Squeak since the 4.0 release.
	Maturity level/Rock solid - Useable and hasn't had bugs for a long time.
	Squeak versions/Squeak4.1 - Released 18th april 2010.
	Squeak versions/Squeak4.2 - Released February 11th, 2011
	Squeak versions/Squeak4.3 - To be released

Created: 26 December 2011 2:59:11 pm
Modified: 29 December 2011 2:52:02 pm

[2] Release date of Squeak 4.3

On 7/26/12, Chris Muller <asqueaker at gmail.com> wrote:
> That tag needs to be renamed "Squeak 4.3".
> IMO we should never put any kind of status or other incidental
> anecdotes in tag names.  Going forward, let's just name things what
> they are from the beginning, even if they aren't released yet, and let
> the project status be explained somewhere else.
> On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 2:59 AM, H. Hirzel <hannes.hirzel at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi
>> I want to install e.g. the Colors package of Stephane Rollandin into
>> Squeak 4.3-all-in-one through SqueakMap.
>> The tag says 'Squeak 4.3 - to be released'.
>> Is this a general SqueakMap tag problem or does the author have to
>> assign another tag?
>> Regards
>> Hannes

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