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Smalltalk and Git

January 31, 2012 7:51:45.889

Someone has made a standard file based SCM tool work with Smalltalk:

We've built a little package that allows us to save all our source in git. We've been developing with this for 3 months now, and it's pretty stable. I put a project on github, that contains some more info on it. Yes, there's more work to do, but there's hope. The repo contains some examples that I just saved from the image.

I'd like to hear more about how well that works.

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posted by James Robertson


Re: Smalltalk and Git

[felix] January 31, 2012 9:48:16.133

Smalltalk/X uses file based SCM. CVS and Subversion ([link 1]Don't know if git is supported too

[1 https://swing.fit.cvut.cz/projects/stx-goodies/wiki/StxGoodiesLibsvn). ]

Re: Smalltalk and Git

[anonymous] January 31, 2012 11:12:30.843

It's starting to look like maybe ObjectStudio's source code storage prior to its integration with VisualWorks wasn't so bad an idea. At least the source was already externalized into files.

Re: Smalltalk and Git

[Dale Henrichs] February 1, 2012 20:31:38.237

James, I happen to be starting a project with Otto (FileTree)and Camillo Bruni and Max Leske (FSGit) to make a serious run at merging Monticello, Metacello, git and github into an SCM for Smalltalk ... and I plan to talk about progress at STIC in March:)


Re: Smalltalk and Git

[Thierry] February 2, 2012 22:04:07.259

Dale, I cannot wait to hear about it! See you there!

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