[squeak-dev] Installing Seaside - 99.2% Green

Frank Shearar frank.shearar at angband.za.org
Mon Apr 5 11:45:00 UTC 2010

Levente Uzonyi wrote:
> On Mon, 5 Apr 2010, Frank Shearar wrote:
>> Levente Uzonyi wrote:
>>> On Sun, 4 Apr 2010, Chris Cunnington wrote:
>>>> Nothing much to report.
>>>> 2.8.* loads easily. WAKom startOn: 8080. No problem getting a page.
>>>> MetacelloRepository from squeaksource.com. 
>>>> ConfigurationOfSeaside28-dkh.19.
>>>> Test Runner says:
>>>> 284 run, 282 passes
>>>> WABacktrackingTest>>#testDictionary
>>>> WABacktrackingTest>>#testOrderedCollection
>>> The latter is a Seaside bug. Someone with a google account should 
>>> open an issue for it. OrderedCollection >> #snapshotCopy is missing 
>>> (though OrderedCollection >> #restoreFromSnapshot: is there).
>>> The other was reported earlier as others pointed out and the Seaside 
>>> developers don't seem to be cooperative in this.
>> I don't think that's entirely fair: they're more than happy to have 
>> Seaside run on Squeak. They're just not prepared to do our job for us.
>>> So we can:
>>> - ignore this issue for now and wait till Pharo 1.1 splits Set and 
>>> Dictionary, then the Seaside developers will fix it by themselves.
>>> - create our own version of Seaside-Squeak-Core package (as Julian 
>>> suggested) which'd be the same as Seaside-Pharo-Core + this 2 methods.
>> I vote for this one. Radoslav Hodnicak expressed an interest in 
>> (co)maintaining a Seaside-Squeak-Core. I suppose I'm tentatively 
>> putting up my hand here too?
> There's no point in splitting if Seaside-Squeak-Core and 
> Seaside-Pharo-Core will be the same in less than a month IMHO.

I don't follow the Pharo list: do they plan to do what we did with 
regards to Dictionary and Set? (Could we persuade them to?)


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