[Seaside] Smallwiki2 based on seaside - why?
damien.cassou at laposte.net
Fri Sep 16 21:10:30 CEST 2005
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Günther Schmidt a écrit :
> I wonder why Smallwiki2 is based on Seaside, not that I don't think it's
> great that Seaside is somehow included, I just don't understand why it's
> *based* on seaside.
Basically, SmallWiki2 is not based on Seaside, it is based on Magritte
which offer an abstraction in the rendering. With SmallWiki2, you can
browse your pages using a morph browser directly inside squeak (you can
add new pages, modify existing pages too...).
However, you are right because Magritte has a Seaside renderer which has
been developped for SmallWiki2 (as Magritte).
> I mean, seaside pages expire, which makes sense for a web application,
> but not for wiki pages.
It depends because the components are just used to display, all the wiki
is stored into plain Squeak objects.
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