Problem building source - misleading information in Wiki (dev.bat)

Hi guys,

I’m planning to make some changes to the IronPython Silverlight hosting,
to
enable a writable virtual file system. So in order to do that I tried to
set
up a new development environment (virtual machine) from scratch, but ran
into some issues.

The Wiki references a “deb.bat” file that will set up your environment (
http://wiki.github.com/ironruby/ironruby/devbat), but the file doesn’t
exist
anymore in the source repository.

There is a dev.sh file, but it appears to have some merge issues in it
(bunch of >>>>>>> characters etc).

So my question is: is the github repository the main repository for
IronRuby
development? Is dev.sh the new dev.bat? Any other tips on getting
started
and building IronRuby? The change I’m planning to make is in the
Microsoft.Scripting.Silverlight assembly, which seams small enough and
easy
to follow, but I want to make sure I to this the proper way.

Cheers,
Jonas

What are you using as your Origin (git remote -v will show you)?
http://github.com/ironruby/ironruby/tree/b871551d35c6cf7344694197b2d3931c0b041c6f/Scripts/Bat
shows a dev.bat and a psdev.ps1 in the repo.

JD

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[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Jonas Follesø
Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 11:56 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Ironruby-core] Problem building source - misleading
information in Wiki (dev.bat)

Hi guys,

I’m planning to make some changes to the IronPython Silverlight hosting,
to enable a writable virtual file system. So in order to do that I tried
to set up a new development environment (virtual machine) from scratch,
but ran into some issues.

The Wiki references a “deb.bat” file that will set up your environment
(http://wiki.github.com/ironruby/ironruby/devbat), but the file doesn’t
exist anymore in the source repository.

There is a dev.sh file, but it appears to have some merge issues in it
(bunch of >>>>>>> characters etc).

So my question is: is the github repository the main repository for
IronRuby development? Is dev.sh the new dev.bat? Any other tips on
getting started and building IronRuby? The change I’m planning to make
is in the Microsoft.Scripting.Silverlight assembly, which seams small
enough and easy to follow, but I want to make sure I to this the proper
way.

Cheers,
Jonas

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