[sbe-discussion] Re: Monticello draft chapter
Mariano Martinez Peck
marianopeck at gmail.com
Fri May 21 10:33:54 MEST 2010
On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 8:14 AM, laurent laffont
<laurent.laffont at gmail.com>wrote:
> I've read the draft chapter. My thoughts:
> - No mention of the copy button in the repository browser. I don't know if
> I work the right way, but usually I save packages on a local repository.
> When I want to publish I use the copy button. That's really useful when we
> want to test some code in another image before publishing the package on
> - I also would like descriptions of the Adopt button. It's useful when we
> produce locally several versions of a package and we want to publish only
> one on SqueakSource. If you use the copy button for the last version you
> "loose" some ancestors on SS. So adopting the last SS version as ancestor
> keep history clean. That's very powerful, this is what I like in Git: we can
> have clean commit log.
Cool. I was not even aware of that ;)
> - For branches: is it possible to propose conventions for naming branches ?
> On figure 1.10, nothing tell us that there's two branches.
> - I would like to read something about slices too :)
Yes! Maybe a little extra section of how to commiting with Metacello a Pharo
fix ? Where you explain about the slice (just a convention), but also about
"required packages", etc. That would be very very cool.
Hi Oscar. I couldn't read it yet, but I will. It is very useful for me
because I am writing the one of Metacello (we are almost in draft) and it is
good to know that there will be a Monticello chapter and what do you see
> Laurent Laffont
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