[Seaside] Gardner, SmallWiki, Swiki, or?
stephen at pairhome.net
Wed Nov 19 14:18:23 CET 2003
Nevin Pratt wrote:
> Cees de Groot wrote:
>>On Tue, 2003-11-18 at 08:12, Nevin Pratt wrote:
>>>Gardner seems cool, but as I mentioned, I don't particular see the need
>>>to have my Wiki be part of Seaside. Or just maybe I'm missing the big
>>>picture here, and not seeing some advantage that exists by integrating
>>>it with Seaside.
>>The idea is that you can have other Seaside components on the same page,
>>etcetera. And of course that you can embrace-and-extend it in the
>>environment you're most used to.
>>>Plus Gardner requires SmallWiki? And SmallWiki requires Comanche 6.x?
>>> And I'm running Comanche 5.x.
>>No. Gardner requires bits of SmallWiki, which you can fetch from my MC
>>repository (basically Gardner reuses the parser and syntax tree stuff
>>from SmallWiki, but nothing else).
> Where is your MC repository, and how do I "fetch" from it?
> Also, I can't convince Gardner on Squeakmap to load without it also
> loading Comanche 6, and I'm uneasy about having both Comanche 5 and
> Comanche 6 both in the image simultaneously.
Comanche 5 and Comanche 6 cannot be used in the same image
simultaneously (at least not until someone invents a way of loading
multiple versions of the same classes into the same image). You'll have
to upgrade your other stuff to Comanche 6.2 or run in a separate image.
Upgrading to comanche 6.2 from 5.x is pretty trivial for most applications.
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