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    Herbert Vojčík
    @herby
    Finally.
    Did you run exactly this command?
    francesco agati
    @francescoagati
    yes
    but grunt-init isn't installed
    i have use node 5.0
    used
    Herbert Vojčík
    @herby
    Strange, this should have installed grunt-init globally and thus it should be runnable from cli.
    I use node 6 now, but only recently I used node 5 and I think it should work fine in node 5 as well (I even think it goes fine as far as 0.12).
    francesco agati
    @francescoagati
    i use git-bash on windows
    sometimes global commands aren't installed correctly
    Herbert Vojčík
    @herby
    Why? Just use the command prompt.
    francesco agati
    @francescoagati
    i will try to use power shell
    Herbert Vojčík
    @herby
    Amber instructions are for bash on Unixes and CMD on WIndows. There they work.
    francesco agati
    @francescoagati
    yes i think is git bash
    thanks i will try with powershell
    or wait for ubuntu on windows ;-)
    Herbert Vojčík
    @herby
    On Windows you should use "Command Prompt".
    francesco agati
    @francescoagati
    yes
    Herbert Vojčík
    @herby
    Try it in that, if you don't have hard reason not to use it.
    francesco agati
    @francescoagati
    you are right
    Herbert Vojčík
    @herby
    So no git bash or power shell or anything too clever. Basic CMD.
    And report back if it worked / still not working if you can. Thanks.
    francesco agati
    @francescoagati
    ok really thanks for help
    Brendan Stromberger
    @bstro
    Is Amber still alive/under active development?
    confused by the state of the github repository as well as the fact that none of the issues tracked on the lolg.it repo have any active conversation (and there's over 1000 of them)
    curious about smalltalk but don't really know where to jump in.
    Brendan Stromberger
    @bstro
    and this room... seems also dead
    :(
    Mircea S.
    @Basilmir
    I'm here :)
    for Amber Smalltalk try the amber-lang@googlegroups.com group
    Mircea S.
    @Basilmir
    for smalltalk in general you need a book. Are you totally new to smalltalk?
    Mircea S.
    @Basilmir
    As for lolg move, i guess people still like git but dislike github. I welcome the change.
    Herbert Vojčík
    @herby
    @bstro ad 1000 error, no conversation: only some aspects of the error were migrated (title, description), not the others (conversations, closed state).
    Will be fixed later.
    francesco agati
    @francescoagati
    during amber init there is a ref to a github repository that is deleted. so isn't possible finalize the build of the init project
    Francisco Castro
    @fcr--
    @francescoagati As a workaround you may just just edit /usr/local/lib/node_modules/amber-cli/node_modules/grunt-init-amber/template.js, changing dependencies with:
    "dependencies": {
    "amber": "https://lolg.it/amber/amber.git#0.15.0",
    "amber-compat-es2015": "https://lolg.it/amber/amber-compat-es2015.git#0.1.0",
    "amber-contrib-jquery": "https://lolg.it/amber/amber-contrib-jquery.git#0.2.0",
    "amber-contrib-web": "https://lolg.it/amber/amber-contrib-web.git#0.3.0",
    "domite": "https://lolg.it/herby/domite.git#0.4.0",
    "silk": "https://lolg.it/herby/silk.git#0.2.0"
    },
    francesco agati
    @francescoagati
    thanks @fcr--
    Vlastimil Adamovsky
    @vlastimilad_twitter
    it look dead here...I just wonder ....does Amber has a stepping debugger ?
    Adrian Castravete
    @adrian-castravete
    Does it seriously take 3 hours to send an e-mail? (~_~) I'm talking about the lolg.it activation e-mail. I was thinking about contributing to amber and maybe close some of the issues.
    Peter Goodall
    @pjgoodall
    Hello All,
    As a Smalltalker of several decades, I was interested in Amber - but blocked by the difficulty of installation. I believe for any sort of success, the barrier to quick entry needs to be very low.
    I recommend using some modern configuration platforms that will reduce the cost of entry for casual users and developers:
    For developers please look at NixOS; for deployers look at NixOPS and/or Docker, for casual experimenters Docker or a Virtual Machine which can be run on Virtualbox or cloud.
    All of these platforms offer automated build and low-error deployment - and would make it much easier to sign up to help or try-out Amber.
    James Ladd
    @jamesladd
    Hey Amber implementors, How did you go about bootstrapping your runtime? For example: ProtoObject subclass: #ProtoObject is a hard message to send when #ProtoObject about be a Symbol instance and yet ProtoObject is not yet ready?
    Serano Colameo
    @colameo
    Hi all, I'm fascinated about amber st. I'm just curios to know if there is a real big application made with amber...
    I mean in the industry
    Alex
    @alexlya
    Why did project move out of github into that other lolg website?
    watchfulsage
    @watchfulsage
    Sup
    Anyone here up for some smalltalk?
    watchfulsage
    @watchfulsage
    Okay moving along. Does anyone remember Norway Today? I think it may have saved me 1/5 internet years
    ShalokShalom
    @ShalokShalom
    @pjgoodall I agree on this. Habitat and AppImage seems suitable too.
    And you can export a Habitat to a Docker image: https://www.habitat.sh/docs/run-packages-export/
    George Mauer
    @togakangaroo
    So might be silly to point out given that this seems dead but amber-lang.net isn't working