[etoys-dev] Making a Squeakland Etoys release - wiki page questions contibued in new thread
milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca
Wed Dec 23 23:21:06 EST 2009
On December 23, 2009, Yoshiki Ohshima wrote:
> Hi, Milan,
> At Tue, 22 Dec 2009 23:53:22 -0500,
> Milan Zimmermann wrote:
> > On December 21, 2009, you wrote:
> > > At Mon, 21 Dec 2009 00:56:19 -0500,
> > >
> > > Milan Zimmermann wrote:
> > > > Execute exportAssetsFromToGo.sh - where can I find this script?
> > >
> > > This is superceded by (or reverted back to) exportAssets.sh.
> > Yoshiki, where can I find it though? I am trying to document the
> > locations of various build /release related files and steps here:
> > http://wiki.squeakland.org/display/sq/Creating+Etoys+Release+for+Squeakla
> >nd%2C+OLPC%2C+or+Etoys- to-go
> > But I cannot find the exportAssets.sh in any of these
> > http://etoys.laptop.org/svn/trunk/etoys/
> > http://tinlizzie.org/olpc/
> > is there another place or am i misunderstanding something?
> It was also in:
> (at http://svn.squeakland.org/installers/win32/olpc)
I think it is not open externally:
> svn checkout http://svn.squeakland.org/installers/
svn: OPTIONS of 'http://svn.squeakland.org/installers': 200 OK
But from your explanation it sounds like it is just doing some manipulation
(copying files and maybe running the ReleaseBuilderSqueakland new
prepareReleaseImageForSqueakland?) So, anyway if it has something important
please attach it if possible, otherwise don't worry about it.
I have a additional question. When creating the Windows Nullsoft installer,
what version of VM do you use, do you always go for the latest, and also what
plugins do you include, all plugins there are?
> In a sense, what Bert wrote applies to this script, too; this script
> is a mod to the older exportAsset.bat (which presumably by Michael) at
> the same directory. Because of different installation of supporting
> tools (such as svn on my computer is cygwin, but the one .bat expected
> was something else), I rewrote it a bit to make it work in my cygwin
> environment. But probably a better to use TortoiseSVN (which I think
> Michael used), and use it instead.
> -- Yoshiki
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