[Pharo-project] Problem with Monticelo package and corrupted sourcecode/zip
pavel.krivanek at gmail.com
Mon Jun 25 03:17:17 EDT 2012
Can you try to file-in the uncompressed file? Or at least look if the
file is complete. Because I discovered this issue when trying to load
Fuel tests into the Pharo Kernel (the download and unzip of the
package is done directly by Pharo) and I had no problem with unzip of
this file on Linux but the resultant file was not complete and the
loading finished with syntax error.
On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 11:58 PM, phil at highoctane.be <phil at highoctane.be> wrote:
> I downloaded it, renamed the .mcz as a .zip and used the unarchiver on it.
> No issue.
> 3271 lines in source.st
> OSX Lion over here.
> Was able to get it back from my 1.4 on CogVM and browse the downloaded
> Seems to be a OS X related issue. Rebooting a Mac may be rare, but may
> help... Network problems? Sometimes my NAS needs a kick in the butt..
> 2012/6/24 Mariano Martinez Peck <marianopeck at gmail.com>
>> Hi guys. I have a problem and I don't understand. If you download
>> FuelTests-MarianoMartinezPeck.269 from http://ss3.gemstone.com/ss/Fuel and
>> try to unzip it, in my MacOSX I have an error saying the fie is corrupted.
>> If I proceed anyway, and I open the .st it is CUT in the middle (it does not
>> finish properly). I thought it was a problem with Traits (because FuelTest
>> has traits), but I tried other packages even with traits and they are fine.
>> Then I thought that that version of the package could be corrupted, but I
>> went several versions ago in history and same problem. Then thoguht it was
>> Monticello problem. I went to Pharo 2.0 20020 and again, same problem.
>> So I am lost. I remember something about the zip compression problem in
>> Monticello.... could this be related?
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