[Glass] Metacello via github is a mess - how to turn off local caching ?

Dale Henrichs dale.henrichs at gemtalksystems.com
Thu Apr 28 11:12:30 PDT 2022


I had cataract surgery on Tuesday, so I'm just getting back to working
through my email ...

When I look at the MSKExtension project up on github[1], it looks like you
might be using Monticello metadataless filetree repositories? If so you
should add this method:

> projectClass
>   Smalltalk at: #'MetacelloCypressBaselineProject' ifPresent: [ :cl | ^ cl
> ].
>   ^ super projectClass

to BaselineOfMSKExtension ... without this method in the baseline,
Metacello will not load updates from filetree repositories ...

If you are not (intentionally) using metadataless repositories, then I
would ask that you provide me with a "Transcript" log of the entire load
sequence so that I can try to characterize what might be going on ...


[1] https://github.com/feldti/MSKExtension

On Tue, Apr 26, 2022 at 4:20 PM Marten Feldtmann via Glass <
glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com> wrote:

> I do not get it :-), sorry to say. Today I put some new versions of my
> libraries to a local filetree , commit the stuff, push them to github,
> verify the content at github and then I loaded the stuff again via code
> like below into the same stone - and I get an older version (actually the
> one before the newest commit).
> If I load the library from my local filetree repository I get the newest
> version.
> If I load the library from github into a new stone, I get the newest
> version loaded.
> Sorry to
> Marten
> Metacello new
>   baseline: 'MSKExtension';
>   repository: 'github://feldti/MSKExtension:main/repository';
>   onLock: [:ex | ex honor ];
>   load.
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