[Seaside-dev] seaside portability improvements (gst)
bonzini at gnu.org
Wed Feb 13 21:33:37 UTC 2008
> No we have to make sure #toString works on Floats. I'm open for
> suggestions. I assume #closeTo: is not portable.
> What about
> 0.1 toString asNumber class = 0.1 class
> 1.0 - (0.1 toString asNumber) between: 0.89 and: 0.91
Use 15.25 which is exactly reproducible in binary.
>> 6) Seaside relies on a Color class provided by the system. GNU
>> Smalltalk does not have one. If you provide me with a list of required
>> methods, I can write a WAColor class for Seaside 2.9.
> Do you refer to #testColorAsHtmlColor? That's the only reference I
> could find. If that's the only problem I'd say we move it to it's own
> package (might also solve problems for the kernel image).
Yes, I removed it too.
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