On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 4:08 AM, Geert <[hidden email]
> To avoid confusion, the project file releases probably needs some cleaning
> up. Is having the old Squeak and/or Sapphire labeled releases still useful?
> On the Pharo-Project site it describes "Pharo" as the bundle of "Pharo-Core"
> + "IDE Tools". On the download site the file releases with "Pharo-Core" in
> their name are under "Pharo" ... and then there are also the Pharo-Dev and
> Squeak-Dev image releases. Its probably not a big deal and everyone is flat
> out doing the actual important stuff but I thought I'd mention it anyway as
> it may cause some confusion :)
> It may also be useful to include a list of the packages (package name,
> version, package description) which are part of the release in the release
> notes file (above the "Changes" section).
you are right, things are not clear. But that's mainly because we
haven't release any stable version yet. When 1.0 comes, things will be
much clearer. What we would like to do:
Pharo-code: a small kernel with very few things in
Pharo: a complete Smalltalk implementation for any developer to use
with syntax highlighting, code completion, advanced code browsers...
Pharo-dev: will disappear
Pharo-project: the name of the website
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