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GemStone has received a few requests for training classes and we are close to having enough students to offer classes (we must have at least 3 students per class).
If you are interested in GemStone training in the next 3 months or so, please contact Norm Green (send mail and Norm will get back to you). Course descriptions are shown below.
I’ve just published GLASS-dkh.117 (2.2.5) and GLASS.230-dkh.140 (2.3.0). These two versions should be used with GemStone-dkh.276GemStone-dkh.278 (Squeak). All three of the versions can be found in the GLASS project on GemSource. If you decide to upgrade to these versions, first load the version on the GemStone-side, commit and logout. Then load GemStone-dkh.276 into your Squeak image and save your Squeak image.
I know, I know, just minutes after announcing the availability of a new version of the appliance I publish a set of new packages….So shoot me! Actually, I don’t anticipate that you’ll be that interested in this particular set of versions, since you might not be able to tell that I’ve made any changes at all: I’ve simply taken the first step in heading towards getting the OB-Enhancements packages and friends loaded into GLASS.
With these versions I have started using a branch of the OB-Standard package instead of the OG-Standard package, so only folks like Liliana and Otto from Finworks will really be interested.
I haven’t had a chance to try loading OB-Enhancements, yet – I’ll save that for next week!
[Updated 5/10/2008 – use version GemStone-dkh.278 (needed for 2.3) and load OG-AllTests-dkh.14 (in the GemStone Tools project) if you want to run the OmniBrowser tests in GemStone)].
After a few hitches in our giddyup, we are pleased to announce the availability of the 1.0Beta9 GLASS appliance. The appliance is based upon GemStone/S 64 Version 2.3 Beta 1. We have published the download instructions (join our Beta mailing list) or you can send mail to request download instructions. To make sure that your hardware can run VMWare, double check the hardware requirements.
In the future, when I announce the availability of a new GLASS package in a GLASS Beta Update post we plan on making a new version of the appliance available as well.