[Pharo-project] DBXTalk & seaside / success in Pier one-click / my 1.4 woes follow-up

Esteban Lorenzano estebanlm at gmail.com
Tue Jun 12 03:52:04 EDT 2012


OB loads fine in 1.4 too, so... you don't need to use 1.3 even if you are attached to it :)

On Jun 12, 2012, at 5:27 AM, Yanni Chiu wrote:

> On 11/06/12 10:35 PM, Cameron Sanders wrote:
>> Do you need 1.4, and why? -- if you do not mind sharing.
> 
> I was building on 1.3, and had a second automated build which tracked
> 1.4. Periodically, I would manually update the 1.4 base image of the
> build to the then latest 1.4. Each of the builds would load the
> framework packages I needed, then load my code base.
> 
> This way I could see problems with the frameworks or my code, as 1.4
> progressed. At some point 1.4 was stable enough that I switched over
> (about 6 months ago).
> 
>> ... I only recently abandoned my Pharo-1.2 one-click derived image
>> when I had troubles connecting to a DB. I figured it was time to do a
>> complete upgrade. But it has turned into a nightmare, and my project
>> has hit a standstill,
> 
> Yep, you don't want to be caught by surprise, when upgrading.
> 
>> Pending your answers to my query about why you chose 1.4 over 1.3, I
>> will start fresh again.
> 
> In your situation, I would choose 1.4, because Seaside, Magritte2/3, DBXTalk should work on 1.4 or will be fixed to work on 1.4 - which may not hold true (i.e. the fixing) for 1.3. AFAIK, unless you're heavily attached to Omnibrowser, then there is no reason to use 1.3.
> 
> 





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