On 2 January 2016 at 17:47, Fabio Niephaus <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Happy New Year Everyone,
> We are excited to announce that Squeak is now officially supported on
> This means you can finally set "language: smalltalk" in your .travis.yml in
> order to run tests for your GitHub-hosted Squeak/Smalltalk projects on
I hadn't quite realised, until now, that you'd collaborated with
Travis CI on getting them to bake Smalltalk support into their
infrastructure! Nice one!
On 1/3/16 9:55 AM, Fabio Niephaus wrote:
> Hi Dale,
> You've probably seen already that smalltalkCI also supports GemStone,
> because it can fall back to using builderCI.
Yes I saw that ... so the todo list entry was to integrate GemStone into
smalltalkCI and move away from builderCI:)
> BTW: Travis CI is currently moving their legacy builds to GCE  which
> might improve GemStone builds without having to do anything.
> Apart from that, we should also be able to set up a GemStone VM on the
> container-based infrastructure, but that will require some more work.
> I will open an issue in the smalltalkCI issue tracker for that...
Yes I saw the issue ... presumably the container itself needs to defined
with the GemStone prereqs and setup (shared memory mainly) and then only
GemStone needs to be installed and GsDevKit_home should be used for
managing the installation and creation of GemStone databases (stones) ...