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Development version that loads master from GitHub

sean.p.denigris
I want the following to be the symbolic #development spec in my ConfigurationOf:
    spec
        for: #common do: [
            spec
                baseline: 'BabyPhexample'
                with: [ spec repository: 'github://seandenigris/Baby-Phexample/repository' ] ]

I tried to put this in a `<version: 'master'>`, but Metacello complained about it not being semantic, so I put a version 0.0.0 hack in to get it to work:
  development: spec
    <symbolicVersion: #development>
    spec for: #common version: '0.0.0'

What is the correct way to do this?
Thanks.

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Re: Development version that loads master from GitHub

Dale Henrichs-3
Sean,

If you add the following method to your ConfigurationOf you will not be constrained to semantic version numbers:

versionNumberClass
  ^ MetacelloVersionNumber

Then you can use any old version number that you desire...

Dale

On 3/30/16 6:08 AM, Sean DeNigris wrote:
I want the following to be the symbolic #development spec in my ConfigurationOf:
    spec
        for: #common do: [
            spec
                baseline: 'BabyPhexample'
                with: [ spec repository: 'github://seandenigris/Baby-Phexample/repository' ] ]

I tried to put this in a `<version: 'master'>`, but Metacello complained about it not being semantic, so I put a version 0.0.0 hack in to get it to work:
  development: spec
    <symbolicVersion: #development>
    spec for: #common version: '0.0.0'

What is the correct way to do this?
Thanks.
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Re: Development version that loads master from GitHub

Sean P. DeNigris
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Dale Henrichs-3 wrote
you will not be constrained to semantic version numbers:
I actually like the semantic versioning support in general! It's just this one case i.e. (a symbolic development version which tracks baseline) where it doesn't seem to fit. Although, I guess maybe it's not really needed at all because people can just do this via the scripting API...
Cheers,
Sean
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sean.p.denigris
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you will not be constrained to semantic version numbers:

I actually like the semantic versioning support in general! It's just this
one case i.e. (a symbolic development version which tracks baseline) where
it doesn't seem to fit. Although, I guess maybe it's not really needed at

all because people can just do this via the scripting API!

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