> On 7 Mar 2018, at 14:11, Ben Coman <b...@openinworld.com> wrote:
> On 5 March 2018 at 15:00, <esteba...@gmail.com <mailto:esteba...@gmail.com>>
> This is my weekly ChangeLog, from 26 February 2018 to 4 March 2018.
> You can see it in a better format by going here:
> 2 March 2018:
> * I've been working on Iceberg UI.
> I have first versions of:
> * repositories browser
> * individual repository browser
> * individual repository management browser
> * commit window
> * push window
> * pull windows
> I'm not woking on fix a couple of problems on refreshing windows and
> defining how the pull will work (by default,
> it will trigger a merge of the changes your are pulling into your image).
> 1 March 2018:
> * I made a new backport for 6.1, [case:
> 28 February 2018:
> * Well... I spent an stupid amount of time to figure out why the latest VM
> for macOS was not including libgit2.
> Turns out, there was a "deploy filter" problem (two problems, in fact),
> that was making that all pharo flavours
> were being uploaded to the file server and with same name so in fact, one
> flavour was being copied on top of the
> other. And "lowcode VM", for example, does not includes libgi2.
> So, now that's fixed. You can start using latest VM again (which is the
> one that is signed) ;)
> Just to confirm, you mean downloads from here...?
> Should we expect to see a lowcode tagged VM there?
first, I mean VMs from
they *point* to same VMs you refer, but the official download place is the one
I said, where there is one stable and one latest.
the place you link is the general repository where people can find an specific
version, but is not the regular place.
also, no about Lowcode. Lowcode VMs are experimental VMs and at the moment we
do not distribute them as part of Pharo.
If we decide to make them official, we will put them there, but so far people
willing to experiment with them can download from the place were they are.
ps: I’m just describing our process. This is not wrote in stone (or STON ;) )
and it could change if we find there are good reasons to do it.
> cheers -ben