[squeak-dev] Should I put my unofficial V3 versions of Squeak 5.2 and 5.3 on files.squeak.org?

tim Rowledge tim at rowledge.org
Sat Jul 25 17:35:22 UTC 2020

Hard to think of any reason *not* to have them available. 

> On 2020-07-25, at 10:04 AM, David T. Lewis <lewis at mail.msen.com> wrote:
> A couple of years ago, I put a copy of a Squeak 5.2 image in V3 object
> memory format on the squeakvm.org server, and I linked to it from the
> project page at http://www.squeaksource.com/TrunkUpdateStreamV3. That link
> has gone dead, and I think I recall someone noticing it a recently.
> I still have the files, should I put them somewhere on files.squeak.org?
> I was thinking of putting them under the "various_images" folder:
> 	files.squeak.org/various_images/squeak_V3_images/
> I also have a V3 image that is up to date with the Squeak 5.3 release,
> so I could put that on line as well.
> These images will run under an up-to-date interpreter VM or a Cog VM. They
> may be of interest to people doing VM work, benchmarking, or as a reference
> to understand the image-side differences between Spur and V3.
> Dave

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