a couple of minor updates to glass for pharo compatibility

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a couple of minor updates to glass for pharo compatibility

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Hi Dale,

I was testing a project that was developed using tODE in Pharo and (so far) found a couple of deprecations I’d like to get into glass.

String>>asLegalSelector
deprecated in Pharo now...
String>>asValidSelector

Announcer>>on:send:to:
deprecated in Pharo now…
Announcer>>when:send:to:

I thought I just add them to the appropriate packages and send you a pull request, however I noticed that glassdb/glass is forked from GsDevKit/GsDevKit

Where is the appropriate place to make these changes?

Cheers,

Jupiter
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On 3/8/17 6:30 PM, Jupiter Jones via Glass wrote:

> Hi Dale,
>
> I was testing a project that was developed using tODE in Pharo and (so far) found a couple of deprecations I’d like to get into glass.
>
> String>>asLegalSelector
> deprecated in Pharo now...
> String>>asValidSelector
>
> Announcer>>on:send:to:
> deprecated in Pharo now…
> Announcer>>when:send:to:
>
> I thought I just add them to the appropriate packages and send you a pull request, however I noticed that glassdb/glass is forked from GsDevKit/GsDevKit
glassdb/glass is still the primary repository used in GsDevKit ... I
want to eventually make GsDevKit/GsDevKit the primary repository, but
replacing a baseline with another baseline is not an easy task to manage
remotely. I've been hampered by the prospect of trying to figure out how
to make the transition smooth... I suppose that with the current
GsDevKit_home infrastructure in place, I could probably manage to make
it work smoothly, but still there is a boatload of testing that would be
needed and I always seem to have more urgent tasks in front of me ...
>
> Where is the appropriate place to make these changes?
...soooooo, glassdb/glass is the appropriate place ...
>
> Cheers,
>
> Jupiter
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