[squeak-dev] Installer loading cryptography mcm files: used to work (I think) and doesn't now
robert.withers at pm.me
Wed Jun 17 02:34:09 UTC 2020
Oops. I can at the least check the tests. Tests-Monticello is #green before attempting to load up. I updated the image, then ran
> Installer ensureRecentMetacello.
I got this error: 'Working copy for STON-Core-cypress.1 not found'
Unable to retest Tests-Monticello, as the Metacello load broke.
On 6/16/20 9:57 PM, Robert Withers wrote:
> Do we have good Monticello tests that would expose this?
> K, r
> On 6/16/20 9:54 PM, Robert Withers wrote:
>> Hello tim,
>> Oh dear, I regret hearing about regressions. You chose the correct code
>> to load. From thinking about what you have said and the earlier
>> Metacello issues from recent changes, I suspect that the
>> MCHttpRepository (Is that it's name?) and friends have changed for the
>> worse. Would anyone knowledgeable about Metacello be able to look at
>> loading MCM files, please?
>> On 6/16/20 9:44 PM, tim Rowledge wrote:
>>> A little while back - late May (or as we refer to it around here, very late March) - we had a thread about loading the Cryptography package etc. I'd swear that
>>> (Installer ss) project: 'Cryptography'; install: 'ProCrypto-1-1-1'.
>>> worked to load it. There are multiple emails referring to that; it's what rww sugested.
>>> Today it fails because the two repositories that the read-in MCConfiguration has are set with a location of #nil (not nil, #nil). This is a *plain 5.3-19435 release image, freshly started* and just run the incantation in a workspace. I've tried several older configurations from the Cryptography repository in case I screwed up the mcm file, but no change. When I examine the mcm files they clearly don't have any repository names in there. I'm baffled how using that install command could have loaded anything.
>>> Somewhere I must have done some prior required thing in those earlier tests and failed to note it, surely? Right now I'm just assuming this is 2020 having fun with me...
>>> tim Rowledge;
>>> tim at rowledge.org
>>> Strange OpCodes: RCS: Read Card Sideways
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