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[Help-smalltalk] Help for SUnit, Packages and Seaside

From: Holger Hans Peter Freyther
Subject: [Help-smalltalk] Help for SUnit, Packages and Seaside
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2010 06:18:51 +0100
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Hi All,

I need some basic/beginner help for using GNU Smalltalk. I want to enable the 
Halo's of Seaside and I ran into an error. The halo's use Compiler features 
not in the default kernel of GNU Smalltalk. So I was loading the "Compiler" 
package and now my error is a bit different.

Now I have a couple of beginner questions and I would be very happy to receive 
some hints and then poke that stuff a bit more.

        - Packages and SUnit. How do I run the Seaside tests? I'm not really 
sure how to use gst-suinit to run all tests, gst-load takes a -t option but 
does not seem to run tests? So what is the best way to run the SUnit tests of 

        - FileStream fileIn: and namespaces. In an attempt to load the test 
I was using FileStream fileIn: to load the Seaside-* files but it 
fails because most symbols are in the Seaside namespace. Is there a selector 
that I can specifiy a target namespace?

        So something like: FileStream fileIn: '' withNamespace: 

        - Is there any goal to update the Seaside version inside the GNU 

thanks a lot

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