[Pharo-dev] Understanding Versionner repository selection

Hernán Morales Durand hernan.morales at gmail.com
Sun Aug 11 23:47:38 EDT 2013

El 11/08/2013 4:00, Stéphane Ducasse escribió:
> On Aug 11, 2013, at 6:04 AM, Hernán Morales Durand
> <hernan.morales at gmail.com <mailto:hernan.morales at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> El 10/08/2013 14:55, Hernán Morales Durand escribió:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> I have a *very* simple package with no dependencies whatsoever. Now I'm
>>> trying to understand Versionner, these are the steps:
>>> 1. I set the ConfigurationOf name
>>> 2. I choose I don't want to use squeaksource.com
>>> <http://squeaksource.com>
>>> <http://squeaksource.com>, ok
>>> 3. Select a repository...
>>> Now that is not clear for me. Which repository are you talking about?
>>> the repository where I store MY code, or the repository where I would
>>> like to publish the configuration so is displayed in the Configuration
>>> Browser (like the MetaRepoForPharo)?
>> Ok, I choose the MetaRepoForPharo. The ConfigurationOf class is
>> generated with its methods. I consider myself this package as stable,
>> but there is no generated method for #'stable'. Do I need to create it
>> by hand and then Commit to repository?
> normally not but I do not know the status of Versioner and christophe is
> on vacation.

Thanks Stef. I get it now, it is just a matter of right click the in the 
right pane in Versionner, the #developement item, and then select the 
item "release dev" from the popup menu. Pretty easy.

Now I will take a loot to SnapshotCello because I don't get what's the 
difference eith Versionner.

>> This is another doubt. Where I should add meta information about my
>> package? I just want to put a little description of what it does.
> Hi all,
> I wish I could release a first beta of Versionner before my holidays but
> I'am a bit short.
> Nevertheless, you will find an archive on this page
> http://chercheurs.lille.inria.fr/~demarey/Tech/Versionner containing the
> current status of Versionner.
> If you want, you can play a bit with it and give me feedback.
> There are a lot of missing features but tit will come time after time.
>  From now you can create a new config, release a dev version, update
> dependencies.
> See you in 3 weeks,
> Christophe.

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