[Pharo-dev] Projects trapped on Github?

GOUBIER Thierry thierry.goubier at cea.fr
Thu Apr 10 01:03:54 EDT 2014

Hi Sean,

normally, a github hosted project should provide a configuration either using github:// urls (which is in Pharo 3) or a configuration which has an ensure gitfiletree (so as to ensure that OSProcess and all are loaded before activating the configuration). First case is ConfigurationOfSmaCC in MetaRepoForPharo30, second case is ConfigurationOfAltBrowser in MetaRepoForPharo30.

You can also ask for a git clone to be made beforehand, but that doesn't seems very successfull if the github hosted project is a dependency of the one you are loading.

De : Pharo-dev [pharo-dev-bounces at lists.pharo.org] de la part de Sean P. DeNigris [sean at clipperadams.com]
Envoyé : jeudi 10 avril 2014 05:05
À : pharo-dev at lists.pharo.org
Objet : [Pharo-dev] Projects trapped on Github?

Last week, we were trying to load pharo-webdoc
(https://github.com/camillobruni/pharo-webdoc) from github to fix a bug. We
ran into a problem that I will attempt to recreate from memory... a
configuration needed to load a dependent project from github (since it was
moved there from sthub iirc), but we couldn't do that because gitfiletree is
not loaded in Pharo 3.0 by default because it depends on OSProcess.

Does that sound like a known problem and is there a solution?

Sorry to be so vague, but I was a bit shocked that we hit a dead end, since
it seems that people are using git/github successfully.

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