[Seaside] Re: About using Mewa in Seaside 2.5
Germán S. Arduino
gsa at softhome.net
Wed Apr 14 12:02:31 CEST 2004
About this versions considerations, I'm starting a new app using Seaside and
I would start with stable versions (Seaside 2.3.2 and Mewa to this Seaside)
or Seaside 2.5 and his corresponding Mewa version?
The question point mainly to know how many effort could be needed after to
migrate my app and what features I'm lacking using oldests (stables)
Thanks in Advance.
"Avi Bryant" <avi at beta4.com> escribió en el mensaje
news:EDD72991-8D72-11D8-8997-000A95DB7844 at beta4.com...
> On Apr 11, 2004, at 8:05 AM, Adrian Lienhard wrote:
> > Though, there seems to be a bug in the recent Seaside 2.5 versions (at
> > least
> > 77, 78) making that action blocks do not get executed if they are in
> > nested
> > components (I didn't look further into it, but e.g., the multi counter
> > example does not work anymore...).
> This isn't a bug, it's a backwards incompatibility. In Seaside 2.5,
> every component must implement #children, which returns a collection of
> all of its currently visible subcomponents. This is the single most
> significant change in 2.5 - many of the new features stem from the
> ability to ask a component what its children are. I must have
> forgotten to update the multi counter.
> > To make 78 work I've also had to change #rootController to
> > #rootComponent
> > in:
> > WAControllerMain>>rootClass
> > ^ self application preferenceAt: #rootComponent
> Oops, I need to deal with that.
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