[Pharo-project] renggli mirror created on smalltalkhub
thierry.goubier at cea.fr
Thu Jul 5 04:32:13 EDT 2012
Le 04/07/2012 17:50, Dale Henrichs a écrit :
> FileTree is actually modeling the Monticello definition structure on disk ... git does a very good job of tracking changes at the method level when methods are stored in separate files (it recognizes method renames) ...
Well, there is still the fact that :
- One version of Filetree over the past months changed the name of the
directory from PackageName to PackageName.package; kind of messed up the
git history tracking...
- And git really likes to do git add for all the new files that appears
on a regular basis.
It still shows that the Smalltalk/via Filetree model isn't the one git
expects, but we do benefit from it. I'm also not certain git would
follow class renames.
> multiple files makes reading source on disk a bit awkward, but that's what we've got the Smalltalk image for ... how many people out there unzip their .mcz files to read Smalltalk source?
I do open .mcz files at times; I appreciate the fact it's as easy as
clicking on it and then search into the produced files.
The fact that Linux recognize them as zip archives helps, too.
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