[Newbies] Web services
lloyd.steve at gmail.com
Mon Apr 14 06:45:46 UTC 2008
Hi Giovanni, Göran
I did get to know of CurlPlugin via your blog
http://blogs.corriga.netGiovanni, and the code for the RESTful web
services book looks like a really
useful resource (thanks!). And then I downloaded it from squeaksource, but
as I say initially was slightly worried about getting FFI, VMMaker and the
library compiled and put in the right places on both my deployment
platforms. Maybe I should just go for it! Which is why I was looking for
something which runs 'natively' on Squeak.
I'll certainly take a look at the HttpClient package Göran, and yes its just
"plain HTTP" I'm after, but requiring put & delete as Giovanni suggests.
Thanks for some food for thought.
On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 11:25 PM, Giovanni Corriga <giovanni at corriga.net>
> Göran Krampe ha scritto:
> > Hi!
> > I'd like to access some RESTful web services from Squeak (I'm running
> > > the
> > > Seaside-2.8-530 image
> > > http://www.seaside.st/resources/distributions/Seaside-2.8-final.zip).
> > > What
> > > would people's advice be as to the best starting point - should I roll
> > > something from scratch with the classes in Network-Protocols or is
> > > there a
> > > more obvious way. I investigated CurlPlugin, but got scared (!) by the
> > > dependencies and thoughts about cross-platform incompatibilities (I'm
> > > running on OSX and Ubuntu).
> > >
> > I recently made a "surf robot" using Steve Waring's HttpClient package:
> > http://map.squeak.org/packagebyname/httpclient
> > I may have ended up making some small fixes to it - should probably get
> > that fed back upstream - but IIRC it was nothing big.
> Hi Goran,
> does Steve's HttpClient package support custom headers, and put and delete
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