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Re: [Chicken-users] Creating and testing eggs

From: Ivan Raikov
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] Creating and testing eggs
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 2008 13:21:53 +0900
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In your meta file, you have the following declarations:

      (documentation "doc.html")

You have to have one or the other, but not both. So either remove
(doc-from-wiki) and add file doc.html to the SVN directory for soundex,
or remove (documentation ...) and add a soundex wiki page. 

  Currently, when chicken-setup is supplied with the -local <dir>
option, it expects to find eggs under directory <dir>/<eggname>. This
means that it will not be able to find eggs located under
<dir>/<eggname>/trunk. A better way to test egg compilation and
installation would be to cd to the directory that contains the egg .setup
file, and run chicken-setup there. When chicken-setup sees a .setup
file in the current directory, it executes it.


"Kyle R. Burton" <address@hidden> writes:

> I'm working through the instructions at
> and I think I've got the files
> arranged according to those instructions.  What I'm wondering, short
> of waiting for the egg to be built, is, can I test it locally without
> having to have it up at the repository?
> I see that chicken-setup accepts a -local argument, but I can't figure
> out how to call it.  I've tried pointing it to one directory above my
> svn checkout, and to the tags/1.0 within the checkout.
> The egg I'm trying to make is for the soundex implementation.

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