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smalltalkci: Run tests for a configuration file.
$ smalltalkci ${path-to--smalltalk-ston}
try on your machine

This command is likely used in the context of Continuous Integration (CI) for Smalltalk programming language projects.

Here is a breakdown of each part of the command:

  • smalltalkci: This is the name of a tool or script that is being executed. It could be a command-line tool specifically designed for Smalltalk CI or a custom script created for a specific project.
  • ${path-to--smalltalk-ston}: This is a placeholder that indicates you need to replace it with the actual path to the Smalltalk STON file. STON (Smalltalk Object Notation) is a common format used in Smalltalk for data serialization and interchange. The tool or script referenced in the first part of the command likely requires the path to the STON file to perform some action.

To use this command, you need to replace ${path-to--smalltalk-ston} with the actual path to the Smalltalk STON file you want to work with.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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