[squeak-dev] [Windows] Drop a changeset onto an image file to start the image and install the changeset
forums.jakob at resfarm.de
Sat Nov 14 21:15:16 UTC 2020
Glad you are tapping into another favorite subject of mine (Windows file
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT is a merged view that is supposed to be read from only.
Instead put the keys under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\ and it
should work equally well and only apply to the current user. Writing the
keys will therefore also not require elevated privileges.
Thiede, Christoph <Christoph.Thiede at student.hpi.uni-potsdam.de> schrieb am
Sa., 14. Nov. 2020, 20:47:
> Hi all Windows users of Squeak,
> I wrote a simple registry file configures the .image file extension under
> Windows to be associated with Squeak.exe. In particular, this adds the
> following enhancements to the image file experience within the Windows
> - .image files are displayed with a Squeak icon and a correct description
> in the explorer & related places
> - double-click an .image file to run it with Squeak.exe
> - drag a .cs/.st file onto an image file to run it with Squeak.exe and
> immediately install the changeset/Smalltalk file into the image.
> The .reg file is available here:
> To install it, download the file, double-click it, and confirm the prompt.
> It assumes your Squeak.exe is located in C:\Program Files\Squeak\; if you
> have installed it to a different path, all references to the executable
> need to be updated respectively.
> This might also become more interesting in connection with an
> OpenSmalltalk Launcher, provided that it will exist at some near time in
> the future (see
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