[aida] Packaging: squeak-web and one-click Scribo?

Rob Rothwell r.j.rothwell at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 16:48:59 CEST 2008


On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 10:19 AM, Janko Mivšek <janko.mivsek at eranova.si>wrote:

> Dear all,
> As a result of recent comments and questions from David Pennell and
> discussion on IRC with Nico we come out with idea to package Aida and
> Scribo in two distributions:
> 1. one-click Scribo image, end-user/power user oriented, after image
> startup just a simple GUI app with buttons for start/stop Scribo will be
> shown.
> 2. Damien's squeak-web image with Aida and Scribo loaded, developer
> oriented. Scribo will be here loaded as a CMS framework, for building
> web apps combined with CMS functionality.

Just so you know, you need a pre 3.9.1 image (like the standard
3.9-final-7067 to run the r41 release of Magma, if that is important to you!
 Thinking about this made me think you might want to consider your base

> Scribo one-click will start with Scribo default design while Aida dev
> image with Aida one. I also hope we will manage to develop enough
> configuration that Scribo will actually be a standalone configured,
> without a need for Smalltalk knowledge.
> This is for Squeak, for other Smalltalks probably the same.
> Do you see such way of packaging both projects a good way to go?
> Remember, all idea is to come a close as possible to two different
> audiences:
> - CMS end/power users
> - developers

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