[Pharo-users] Fossil and Filetree

Dale Henrichs dale.henrichs at gemtalksystems.com
Sat Oct 24 13:54:11 EDT 2015


At the end of the day, I would assume that it would be possible to run 
travis-ci tests against a fossil repository which would be very useful 
to have ... but like I said, I'm fine with whatever you guys decide...

Dale

On 10/24/15 10:12 AM, Thierry Goubier wrote:
> Le 24/10/2015 18:56, Hilaire a écrit :
>> I was not aware filetree need to be modified as well? But wait, I can
>> use it right now with Fossil, so I am bit lost.
>
> No, no. This is just the development of GitFileTree is integrated 
> inside the main FileTree repository.
>
> If you look at 
> https://github.com/dalehenrich/filetree/tree/pharo4.0/repository, 
> you'll find both MonticelloFileTree-Core and MonticelloFileTree-Git 
> (as well as the Tests and the GitTests).
>
> Thierry
>
>>
>> Hilaire
>>
>> Le 24/10/2015 18:44, Thierry Goubier a écrit :
>>> Hilaire, Dale,
>>>
>>> the easiest would be to make a fork of filetree on github, and try
>>> from there. But a branch in the main filetree would work just as well,
>>> with the added benefit of the travis CI integration (and gitfiletree
>>> has tests in there). Running tests locally is often necessary, but
>>> setting it up is a bit more involved (but I should have that in a
>>> Makefile somewhere).
>>>
>>> Hilaire, if you prefer a Smalltalkhub project, just do so and I'll
>>> make regular merges back into filetree.
>>>
>>> Thierry
>>
>>
>
>





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