[Pharo-project] [Seaside] Re: [Metacello] What is the plan with Pharo changes?

Igor Stasenko siguctua at gmail.com
Sat Aug 4 06:52:18 CEST 2012


On 4 August 2012 02:16, Dale Henrichs <dhenrich at vmware.com> wrote:
> Mariano,
>
> What I'd _like_ to do for Metacello and Pharo-2.0 is to make the changes against the MetacelloPreview release, which I'm managing on github.
>
> The MetacelloPreview is aimed at an eventual 1.0 release of Metacello (hopefully in the fall).
>
> I would _like_ Metacello-Base to be included in the Pharo-2.0 base image, the sooner the better and I'm poised to pull the trigger on that, but the recent changes have crippled FileTree ...
>
yeah.. we talking about it all the time "how good it would be to have
metacello preloaded in image" :)

> So until FileTree is functional again, I can't really do anything with Pharo-2.0...
>
> Hacking Metacello to get it running on Pharo-2.0 doesn't help _me_ move forward.
>

You can tell  how they could help, so they will (if they will still
want), leaving less work for you :) Of course, if you need help or can
see where it can be useful.
But i know it is hard to coordinate & organize activities.. sometimes
harder than doing everything alone. :)

> It is likely that I will have to redo whatever hacks that are done to get it running on Pharo-2.0 to be compatible with the rest of platforms that I am supporting and doing it right takes a little more effort ...
>
yes.. it is hard to keep up with moving target.. But i hope this is
for good of us all (FileSystem ,as to me, is no doubt much better
comparing to what we had before).

> So if you are just going to hack around to get things running on Pharo-2.0 I guess I would have to say that I don't care what you do, because the hacks don't make my job any easier.
>
> Dale
>

-- 
Best regards,
Igor Stasenko.



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