[Seaside] Newbie question
Mark-Walter at t-online.de
Fri Apr 14 17:58:15 UTC 2006
> unfortunately this doesn't help much, Seaside is different. Better
> forget all you know about PHP, PERL and CGI. Seaside is completely
> different ;-)
quite easy, doing more kernel stuff at the moment ...
> Which tutorial?
> Does the web-application run on YOUR machine?
No, actually not. I have a ftp access which is working and as a domain:
But I get the error message:
The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.
I understand why because I didn't upload a file.
> To get it running on your machine you need the Squeak VM, the Squeak
> sources and the image and changes files with Seaside installed. As a
> start I would suggest that you take a prepared image from
> <http://www.seaside.st/Download/>. Then you develop/install the
> application into your image and as soon as it works you upload it to
Maybe later on I will install smalltalk locally, I have an apache here
in my LAN.
> > Has smalltalk and seaside a functionality like an index.html for the
> > first site ?
> This is the default application as defined in your Squeak image.
Sorry, I don't understand the meaning. What do you mean by saying
"default apllication" ?
> There is no such a thing. There are only objects, no files.
So it's required now for lug-bremen.seasidehosting.st to download an
image from http://www.seaside.st/Download/ and to install this over my
ftp access for lug-bremen.seasidehosting.st.
Is this correct so far ?
> That's because there is no Squeak image running, see the FAQ.
Ok, I understand. I have to install in image over ftp.
> I will be announcing a Seaside tutorial that I will be giving as part
> of a Smalltalk lecture at the University of Bern, maybe that would be
> a good start for you?
I had a look at it but I have only an easy basic question and I'am aware
now I have to install an image.
Thank's for your reply !
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