[Seaside] i am dreaming of ...
stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Thu Oct 20 12:09:12 UTC 2005
Avi this would be really good to add that to the seaside webpage
because people always ask this question.
On 20 oct. 05, at 08:48, Avi Bryant wrote:
> On Oct 19, 2005, at 8:14 PM, martin schubert wrote:
>> 1. one shoot deployment technique for seaside (on remote linux/
>> unix machines) : most internet servers are living far away from
>> the admin and the developers and talk linux/unix all day long. i
>> found the debian apt-get facillity to install squeak amazing. but
>> i am missing a command with which i can fire expressions to the
>> running image and administer the basic things like : port, admin,
>> start/stop, deployment of new webApps of seaside via command line
>> or make the whole squeakWorld displayable via a server process
>> like x11.
> What I do is to load the RemoteFrameBuffer package from SqueakMap,
> and set an RFB server going, then save the image. Drop this image
> on your server and start it up. You can then connect to this from
> any VNC client and load in your web apps, configure, etc, from the
> normal Squeak UI.
>> 2. a "built in" / or "packaged in" easy to use object database or
>> persistence facility, that i don`t have to care about all the
>> database choosing and connection set-up to the web-framework.
> Yes, this is more of an issue. There's no standard persistence
> (except for simply saving the Smalltalk image...). And the options
> that are out there could be much easier to get started with.
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