[Seaside] Re: [ShoreComponents] WebTree, SVG demo and dynamic files

Adrian Lienhard adi at netstyle.ch
Tue Jul 12 09:27:52 CEST 2005

On Jul 11, 2005, at 11:22 PM, Torsten Bergmann wrote:

> Adrian wrote:
>> I don't know if this is already planned, Jan, Pavel? Else I can setup
>> a demo image and will try to regularly update that when new versions
>> exist.
> Why should you try to update when Smalltalk is able to do the update
> job for you. Just use the scheduler implementation from
> http://squeak.saltypickle.com/Scheduler/

Well, that would be simpler of course. But I like to have some  
control over what is running on the server since somebody could just  
add code to the SqueakSource repository which would let him gain  
access to the server...


> You could easily write a script checking for new versions and loading
> them if necessary.
> BTW: I tried to improve the code quality of ShoreComponents a little
> bit. Added a few comments here, added categories there, reorganized  
> stuff,
> fixed typos, ...
> It's now also possible to register own demo components without  
> changing
> the rendering of the demo menu (there is a class side demo registry
> called demoMapping in the demo menu class) and a method for  
> registration
> Just register you demo component in a class side #initialize (which  
> is called
> automatically after loading). This may also help in porting  
> ShoreComponents
> to other dialects (like VisualWorks). Some demos may not work on other
> ST platforms - so the component or the package loading mechanism can
> decide if the demo is loaded/included.
> See ShoreComponents-tbn.27.mcz on SqueakSource or directly download
> it using SqueakMap and the SM Package loader in your image.
> Bye
> Torsten
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