I find the same anomalies in V9 for MacOS for workingDirectory pointing to root. I had to create a configuration system so I could effectively manage locations instead of using workingDirectory references.
Other anomalies... when attempting to type in a (super) class in class creation - each keystroke launches debugger... same when setting up iceberg/github - typing in a package/folder name launches debugger with each keystroke... annoying, but I can get through it. Oh, this also seems to happen whenever I'm typing 'thisContext'. This all seems related to the type-ahead facility.
Also a few observable issues with transmitTo: / sorting with Spec2 in V9... looks like when a column sorting issue was fixed it blew up transmitTo: ... -- sort - now sorts the pane but doesn't appropriately convey through the transmitTo: to the next pane - sometimes crashes, sometimes just doesn't display correct data... unusable, had to put this project on hold. I've asked here before how to submit a bug report - but didn't get a response (my posts are probably too benign for the experts, lol). If you know how to submit a bug report, I'd appreciate a (very) small primer or point me to a link.
On Fri, Jul 31, 2020 at 6:29 AM Davide Varvello via Pharo-users <[hidden email]> wrote:
Isn't it weird this behavior for the community? Should I open a bug?
On the right is a big green button, "New issue". Click that to get a bug
entry form. You have a bug, so click the "Get started" button for "Bug
Choose a good title, nicely worded, to be nice to the devs so they can get a
good idea from just a glance. Short & sweet. (They prefer 50 characters or
less, because your title becomes an email "Subject:" line.)
The toolbar above the text area will apply the most-commonly-used markdown
for you, with just a button click. Select text, click the associated
You can click the "Preview" button to see how your markdown will be rendered
in the submitted report; click on "Write" to return to the editable version
you started with.
Note that you can attached code, files, images, etc. to help explain. Just
drag files into the text area of your report and they'll automagically be
attached for you. Similarly, you can click where it says, "Attach files by
dragging & dropping, selecting or pasting them" and it will open a file
browser for you to point-and-click.
When you're done, click "Submit new issue". That it!