[Pharo-project] ScriptManager config in 1.4

Sven Van Caekenberghe sven at beta9.be
Fri Jun 22 10:12:25 EDT 2012

Thanks a lot, Torsten !

With your instructions I am finally starting packaging some of my projects with Metacello.

Knowing that they will end up in the config browser is an excellent motivation I think.


On 20 Jun 2012, at 09:28, Torsten Bergmann wrote:

>> Why is the repo for the metacello config browser for 2.0 empty ?
>> Are these repos world writeable ?
> Usually the config browser repos should be filled with configs that work
> in a stable release.
> So www.squeaksource.com/MetaRepoForPharo14 includes anything that
> has proved to work on Pharo 1.4 and by copying the config from
> project repos or www.squeaksource.com/MetacelloRepository to
> www.squeaksource.com/MetaRepoForPharo14 it will appear in the
> list of Configuration Browser.
> I wrote it as a simple replacement for SqueakMap and for people
> like me who dont remember loading scripts and want to use the
> mouse for loading ;)
> And yes the repo for 1.4 is writeable. If you have a config that
> is known to work for 1.4. you can copy it there and it will
> be available. Make sure it contains a symbolic stable version
> for instance in ConfigurationOfScriptManager you will find:
>    stable: spec 
> 	<symbolicVersion: #stable>
> 	spec for: #'pharo1.1.x' version: '1.2'. 
> 	spec for: #'pharo1.2.x' version: '1.2'. 
> 	spec for: #'pharo1.3.x' version: '1.3'.
> 	spec for: #'pharo1.4.x' version: '1.4'.
> Pharo 2.0 is neither stable nor released thats why the repo is still 
> empty. Also the 2.0 repo is on SmalltalkHub (http://smalltalkhub.com/mc/Pharo/Packages20/main) and I dont
> know whats planned here. Dont know about the state/progress of 
> SmalltalkHub and wonder why we dont use a
> http://ss3.gemstone.com/ss/MetaRepoForPharo20.
> Stef: any comments here?
> Bye 
> T. 
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