[Pharo-project] Learning by download all the mcz files from a repository
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Thu Oct 7 07:29:27 EDT 2010
On 7 October 2010 10:23, HwaJong Oh <daliot.oh at gmail.com> wrote:
> I plan to study history of Metacello.
> For that I came up with an idea, what if i download all the mcz in the
> metacello repository on squeaksource.
> Then sort them by commit time stamp.
> installing very first version of Metacello to last version of
> Metacello-Help. Every moment of installation, see the difference by clicking
> "Changes" button of monticello browser.
> By doing it, i can grasp the idea, the indents of version and understand how
> the design has been changed and know the direction of change.
> What do you think of this idea?
Isn't it would be faster to read design document(s), or other documentation? :)
Unless you wanna study, how it does the things under the hood, why
spending so much effort on it?
> -HwaJong Oh-
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