[Cuis-dev] Packages

Nicola Mingotti nmingotti at gmail.com
Fri Nov 19 13:20:59 PST 2021

cell phone typing, excuse dry format.

first idea:

you made more packages with the same name, maybe in different file system
positions, the first one Cuis is finding it is the empty one.

explore the filesystem, determine where is your package file(s). open it
with emacs. convice yourself it contains the stuff it should (it is easy).
then load the package with Cuis "file browser". this can't fail you, it
opens just the file you say. finally get rid of the empty package twin.
restart. try loading now with 'feature require'.


On Fri, Nov 19, 2021 at 8:42 PM Mark via Cuis-dev <cuis-dev at lists.cuis.st>

> Hi,
> I’m running into (more) strangeness.
> (Again, probably my n00b-ness. LOL)
> I run cuis from a shell script.
> That way, I can watch log output in the terminal as it runs …
> Then, I install my “learning” package: MDJ-Learning. The first time, it
> loads just fine.
> Then, I add a new class to the “MDJ-Learning” category.
> It runs. (Just added a class method that prints a string)
> I open the “Installed Packages” window and note that my package “needs
> saving”
> I select the package (MDJ-Learning) and click on “Save”
> Everything behaves as if it saved.
> Then I quit cuis without saving image.
> Then I relaunch cuis (as above) — the startup script uses “Feature
> require:” to load my package.
> And, to my dismay, my latest changes are _not_ reflected in the Browser
> under “MDJ-Learning”
> Any idea(s) what I might be doing wrong?
> Thanks!
>         — Mark
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