[Pharo-users] need help loading third-party packages
serge.stinckwich at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 04:16:17 EDT 2018
In order to load the Citezen package, you can use the Catalog.
Open Tools >> catalog browser and select Citezen package in order to load
On Tue, Jun 5, 2018 at 6:14 AM Gregg Williams <gregg13 at innerpaths.net>
> Hi--another question, this time on loading an external package into Pharo.
> I want to do some work manipulating text, so I thought I would start by
> reading the source code for an existing package that works on text.
> Here's what I did:
> On smalltalkhub.com, I found a package called Citezen, from team RMoD,
> and downloaded the .mcz file. There were many versions, so I downloaded the
> one with the latest timestamp. It helped that its name was
> I've tried adding this to my current Pharo 6.1 image in two ways: 1) by
> dropping the .mcz file onto the window of PharoLauncher, and 2) moving the
> file into my computer's package-cache directory. I had roughly the same
> problems with both.
> Problem 1: There were multiple options for telling the system what do to
> with it: Load, Load Version, Merge version, Open version, and Extract all
> Problem 2: Once I do that, I get to a window with buttons at the top:
> Browse, History, Changes, Load, Merge, Adopt, Copy, Diff.
> Problem 3: Once I chose one of these, I got at least a half-dozen "Can't
> find dependency <filename> Ignore?" messages (for example
> "...Citezen-Parsers-cdlm.13" and "...Citezen-Tests-sd.39"). The default
> button for this was "Yes", so I chose this.
> This started some downloading of files, a process that sometimes got
> "stuck" and never completed.
> Not knowing any better, I then launched Pharo 6.1 (Stable). I could see no
> indication that Citezen had been "added" to the system.
> Anyway, in a system browser, I searched for the string "Citezen" and found
> five Citezen packages: All, Model, PArsers, Rendering, and Tests. But when
> I selected any of them, no content appeared in the Class pane. Also
> searching for a class containing "Cite" found nothing.
> Surely, other beginners have had the same problem as me. I would
> appreciate pointers to any existing resources that would help me out, or
> whatever help you'd care to give me.
> TO RECAP, I want to load third-party packages and read their source code.
> What's the best way to do this?
> Many thanks!
UMI UMMISCO 209 (SU/IRD/UY1)
"Programs must be written for people to read, and only incidentally for
machines to execute."http://www.doesnotunderstand.org/
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