[Seaside] Newbie questions
Tue, 13 Aug 2002 18:13:40 -0300
Thanks a lot for answering !
Unfortunately it didn't works as expected....
I have a html file with:
I set the "Document Root" property with the file path and I added the
"template" method you told me earlier but I got the "MessageNotUnderstood:
Am I doing something wrong ? or this feature is not working any more ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Julian Fitzell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 13, 2002 4:45 PM
Subject: Re: [Seaside] Newbie questions
> Alain Fischer wrote:
> > Hi Pablo,
> > I have not used Seaside for a while, the following tips could have
> > with recent version of Seaside.
> Indeed they have a little. You must not have seen my reply yet but I'll
> comment a little more here on the differences for those who care.
> >> 1) If I have:
> >> Test>html
> >> ^'<img src="image.gif">'
> >> where should I put the file "image.gif" to get it displayed on
> >> browser ?
> > - You must have a static content server (Comanche is able to do this)
> > - You must configure the "Document Root" of your application in Seaside
> > to point to your static content server.
> This is a little outdated. In Seaside 0.93 we used a URL as the
> document root and if you made an img tag dynamic (@src="..." instead of
> src="...") then it would prepend the URL of the document root to the
> image name. As of 0.94, though, image tags do not need to be dynamic,
> they work be noticing the "resource/" portion of the URL and looking up
> the Document Root which is now a filesystem path. Note that this trick
> also work with <a href="resource/foo">Link to foo</a>
> >> 2) I have a jsp/asp background (and a little of zope) and I found that
> >> much easier to write html code outside Squeak. Is there a way to use
> >> based templates ? (I saw the class IAFileTemplate but I couldn't
> >> figure out
> >> how to use it).
> > In your component define the following method:
> > template
> > ^ IAFileTemplate new
> > file: 'toto.html';
> > bindWith: [:t | self addBindingsTo: t]
> Again, this code works in 0.93 but is slightly different with 0.94.x
> #bindWith: is no longer used and a call to #addHandlers is used instead
> of #addBindingsTo:. Also, the template is stored in an instvar and
> should be created only when the instvar is nil. The instvar gets set to
> nil whenever the template needs to be flushed (with a file template,
> basically only if you change the #addHandlers method). IAFileTemplate
> itself implements a check to see whether the file on disk has changed
> since it was last loaded and reloads it if necessary.
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