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Re: OSProcess and CommandShell available on GitHub for Pharo users

Jakob Reschke-2
Hi David,
(only to Squeak since I'm not subscribed to Pharo) 

Just two notes:

I hope that either you don't have any crucial merges in your Monticello histories or that the git-migration tool does preserve them by now (but AFAIK it does not, it linearizes history). Nicolas Cellier can tell you the story what's wrong with that. You might want to check if it creates any issues in your opinion.

Squot does not have its own output format. It does add some hidden files, but if you store only code + non-Smalltalk files, it can often live without them. So any FileTree or Tonel Git repository (preferably with proper history) suffices.

Best regards,
Jakob


David T. Lewis <[hidden email]> schrieb am Mo., 3. Juni 2019, 15:32:
Alistair Grant and I, with the support of Feenk, have made GitHub repositories
for OSProcess and CommandShell at:

  https://github.com/dtlewis290/OSProcess-Tonel
  https://github.com/dtlewis290/CommandShell-Tonel

Alistair did the conversions using Peter Uhn??k's migration tool, and I set up
the repositories so that they can now be loading in Pharo as follows:

  Metacello new
        repository: 'github://dtlewis290/OSProcess-Tonel/src';
        baseline: 'OSProcess';
        load.

  Metacello new
        repository: 'github://dtlewis290/CommandShell-Tonel/src';
        baseline: 'CommandShell';
        load.

Note, the two respositories are named *-Tonel because I also maintain a GitHub
repository for OSProcess on Cuis, and will probably do repositories in Squot
format in the future.

@Thierry Goubier - If you have an account on GitHub I will add you as a
collaborator (but my own development work remains on squeaksource so I prefer
contributions there anyway).

Enjoy,

Dave and Alistair




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Re: OSProcess and CommandShell available on GitHub for Pharo users

David T. Lewis
Hi Jakob,

I'm not expecting to use those repositories for my own work. I use
Monticello in Squeak, and I anticipate occasionally doing an export from
Squeak that I can push to the Tonel repositories manually for the benefit
of Pharo users. I don't know if that is a good idea, but I do not expect
it to be much work for me, so I don't mind giving it a try. Besides,
Alistair did all of the actual work :-)

Dave

> Hi David,
> (only to Squeak since I'm not subscribed to Pharo)
>
> Just two notes:
>
> I hope that either you don't have any crucial merges in your Monticello
> histories or that the git-migration tool does preserve them by now (but
> AFAIK it does not, it linearizes history). Nicolas Cellier can tell you
> the
> story what's wrong with that. You might want to check if it creates any
> issues in your opinion.
>
> Squot does not have its own output format. It does add some hidden files,
> but if you store only code + non-Smalltalk files, it can often live
> without
> them. So any FileTree or Tonel Git repository (preferably with proper
> history) suffices.
>
> Best regards,
> Jakob
>
>
> David T. Lewis <[hidden email]> schrieb am Mo., 3. Juni 2019, 15:32:
>
>> Alistair Grant and I, with the support of Feenk, have made GitHub
>> repositories
>> for OSProcess and CommandShell at:
>>
>>   https://github.com/dtlewis290/OSProcess-Tonel
>>   https://github.com/dtlewis290/CommandShell-Tonel
>>
>> Alistair did the conversions using Peter Uhn??k's migration tool, and I
>> set up
>> the repositories so that they can now be loading in Pharo as follows:
>>
>>   Metacello new
>>         repository: 'github://dtlewis290/OSProcess-Tonel/src';
>>         baseline: 'OSProcess';
>>         load.
>>
>>   Metacello new
>>         repository: 'github://dtlewis290/CommandShell-Tonel/src';
>>         baseline: 'CommandShell';
>>         load.
>>
>> Note, the two respositories are named *-Tonel because I also maintain a
>> GitHub
>> repository for OSProcess on Cuis, and will probably do repositories in
>> Squot
>> format in the future.
>>
>> @Thierry Goubier - If you have an account on GitHub I will add you as a
>> collaborator (but my own development work remains on squeaksource so I
>> prefer
>> contributions there anyway).
>>
>> Enjoy,
>>
>> Dave and Alistair
>>
>>
>>
>
>