[Seaside] Gardner, SmallWiki, Swiki, or?
nevin at smalltalkpro.com
Tue Nov 18 20:32:27 CET 2003
So, it's beginning to sound like the consensus is to use the SmallWiki
on SqueakMap (and not Gardner or anything else)?
Stephen Pair wrote:
> The version of SmallWiki that Chris ported and that I worked on looks
> like it's newer than the one Gardner was using. It seems to handle
> nested lists just fine. So, I think it's probably the newer parser.
> My monticello based version and the SmallWiki package on SqueakMap
> both have this newer looking parser.
> - Stephen
> Lukas Renggli wrote:
>>> I would definitely choose something based on the SmallWiki parser
>>> (which means SmallWiki or Gardner). SmallWiki is fully functional
>>> now but doesn't use Seaside. Gardner is a little more basic (in
>>> terms of functionality and the UI) but uses Seaside. With the
>>> SmallWiki parser, you'll have a much easier time when and if you
>>> need to customize it.
>> This September the SmallWiki parser has been been partially rewritten
>> by John Brant. I assume that you are using still the old one?
>> The new parser supports escaping of special characters, nested lists
>> and has got a much better handling of embedded Smalltalk blocks.
>> Furthermore it is much faster, uses less memory and isn't complaining
>> anymore about a slightly invalid syntax.
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