[Seaside] problem with vw seaside port in open repository
mbany at cincom.com
Sat May 8 19:28:31 CEST 2004
Yes, good place to ask.
The Seaside port is broken in three bundles.
Bundle 1 : Seaside
Contains the same code as Seaside in Squeak
Bundle 2: Seaside-VW
Is a prerequisite for bundle 1. It "prepares" VisualWorks to Seaside.
Contains code transferred from Squeak, the Seaside namespace and a couple
of VisualWorks extension.
Bundle 3: Seaside-WebToolKit
Has bundles 1 and 2 as prerequisites
Contains the integration between Seaside and WebToolkit
If you want to use Seaside based on WebToolkit, just load bundle 3.
The rest should load OK. It will even set up a default WebToolkit server and
If you want to use Seaside based on some other HTTP server (Swazoo, etc),
load bundle 2 and start writing the integration code :-)
Regarding your problem with 'AT Profiling', the port was incorrectly marked
having it as a pre-requisite. I published a new version of the bundle where
pre-requisite has been removed.
The new published version is 184.108.40.206. make sure that you select all bundles
this version number, they fit together.
From: seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org
[mailto:seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org]On Behalf Of Eric
Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 8:39 AM
To: seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
Subject: [Seaside] problem with vw seaside port in open repository
Not sure if posts for seaside - VW are desired here. I can post to VWNC
if needed or perhaps there is another mailing list for the vw version?
Problem: I created a brand new image from the VWNC cd passed out at
sts2004. I wanted to load Seaside from the open repository, but I
encountered a problem. When loading the Seaside-VW bundle, I got this
message "The old profiling parcel, 'AT Profiling', should not be loaded
when 'AT Profiling Core' is present. Please unload 'AT Profiling Core'
if you want to load the old profiler" Seems to me that the latest
version of VWNC 7.2 shouldn't run into this problem. I tried loading the
Seaside Bundle but it requires the Seaside-VW bundle.
Eventually, I tried to load the Seaside-WebToolKit bundle and that
seemed to prereq everything in nicely. Not sure if that was desirable,
but thought I would post the problem I had in case others have the same
trouble. Should I have been able to load Seaside-VW bundle by itself?
According to the 220.127.116.11 comment, the bundle was recently reorganized
to allow independent loading.
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