[Newbies] Re: Confused about how to get everything set up

Matt Chelen mattchelen at gmail.com
Mon Nov 7 20:56:58 UTC 2011

The main draw to SqueakDBX was the support for a wide variety of databases,
whereas Seaside only seems to support a database called SandstoneDB which
does not allow concurrent access, it looks like. In particular, I was
looking into using PostgreSQL for the database.

I also didn't see anything mentioning if various aspects of Seaside could
be used for non-web-oriented applications.

Getting started in learning Squeak, I also noticed that the main way to
share programs involves sending a code file in some form or another. Is
there any way to set a program to not be open-source?

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