> Currently I have:
> ApplicationDeploymentWizard new model: (CCLogViewerSessionManager
> owningPackage aspectValue: #imageStripper); deploy
> Which seems to start out correctly, but I get an OK message box at
> the end prompting about the deployment image must close. Is there
> anyway to override that or not show it at all?
This has come up a couple of times in the past. I've raised an
enhancement request (#2197) to optionally remove the final message box
so it should be addressed shortly.
> I have a deployment image which is basically a fresh install plus the
> following package. I've switched off the option for saving the image
> before deployment, too.
Thanks, that looks slightly similar to what I have (so I'm on the right track)
- however how do you get around the prompt at the end saying the the development
image will close?
I recall someone commenting that this might have appeared in D6 - is this
something you run in D6 or is it from D5?
Andy commented that the next D6 patch might resolve this - as a workaround
if I could find where this happens and modify it - but its lower down on
my priority queue.
As an aside - I almost have all of this assembled into something I will release
under the banner - SmallCruise, a series of packages and instructions about
running with CruiseControl.net for automating continous builds in Dolphin.
I've shied away from using using prestart.st - as I like the syntax checking
in the main environment however I might revisit that decision - I think the
trick is to get it packaged up and see if anyone else finds it useful.
> Hi Stefan,
>> I have a deployment image which is basically a fresh install plus the
>> following package. I've switched off the option for saving the image
>> before deployment, too.
> Thanks, that looks slightly similar to what I have (so I'm on the right
> track) - however how do you get around the prompt at the end saying the the
> development image will close?
heh... I took the code from the wrong folder :-)
I have another package somewhere which replaces the method
opening the dialog.
Do a search for methods containing the text of the dialog box
("will now exit" did it for me, IIRC) and just delete the code
creating the window.
> I recall someone commenting that this might have appeared in D6 - is this
> something you run in D6 or is it from D5?
The "will now exit" message was already in D5, my automation code
has started to grow after switching to D6.