2005/9/13, Ramon Leon <rleon(a)insario.com>:
I'd like to suggest that you place a running sample image of
running in Squeak3.8 on the
Sorry it took so long. 12 MB don't work well with SW1, my upload
bandwidth sucks and I only have 75 MB of quota.
usage quota limit
74437 75000 80000
loading this a few days ago and ran into problems and your setup
instructions were for 3.7, and make a few assumptions about some
knowledge all of us may not have acquired just yet, like recompiling
individual classes and why it's necessary.
Sorry about that. This information was thought for CS professors,
PhDs, and Seaside/SW2 devs ;) The information however is still valid,
just versions have changed.
We are aware that setting up a SW2 image right know is no as simple as
it should be. Lukas is looking into ways to make this much simpler.
Just remember that SW2 is still in development and not `a product'
Currently getting an error about the environment not being
because the setup of the Smallwiki2 Kernel failed on content or contents
being nil, this is from memory so I can recall exactly.
Sorry about that, this is my fault. Bootstrapping was broken in the
latest versions because of overrides (or more the way
Squeak/Monticello don't handle them) and I noticed this today. Thanks
for pointing this out to me.
I ask for 3.8
because 3.9 is too new and I want to put something into production that
isn't shaky and I'd like to use Smallwiki2, I think stable enough for my
needs with the minor exception of missing a security system and a
search, but as a host container for my Seaside components I think it's
Put SW2 into production? Right now? Are you aware of the fact that SW2
is still in development, internal datastructures might change and the
only persistence right now is `save image' (although putting a kernel
into a reference stream should be simple)?