[Seaside] renders merged?
benjamin.pollack at gmail.com
Fri Aug 25 14:44:20 UTC 2006
If you call WAComponent>>render:, not WAComponent>>renderContentOn:, then
you don't need to do anything special to support both renderers. I think you
are calling renderContentOn: explicitly, which you are not supposed to do.
On 8/24/06, Sergio Gianatiempo <gianatiempo at gmail.com> wrote:
> first of all, i use to write t1 'cause i've seen it somewhere else,
> and im a bit lazy to write;)
> im trying to implement a form to catch the user input, making a
> subclass of WALabelledFormDialog, now, i need to get a date from the
> here i had 2 problems, i dont know very well how to render the date
> and asking to a friend, he suggest me to use WADateInput, using
> WARenderCanvas, because WAHtmlRender is the old canvas and is here
> only for compatibility, so, i start to move on to the new canvas, and
> i must now rewrite everything to fit the new canvas.
> thats why i was thinking how much usefull will be to be able to use
> both canvas simultaneously.
> On 8/24/06, Michael Roberts <mike at mjr104.co.uk> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > first thing I noticed was your 't1'. Did you paste that from your
> > method or type that by hand? If it's the former you might have a
> > problem with your sources files not being available. It looks like
> > your source is being decompiled - it's easy to fix.
> > Second, with the components that you are talking about - are you
> > trying to embed them in a page? If so do they not both respond to
> > #render: ?
> > html render: myObject
> > from
> > http://www.seaside.st/Documentation/EmbeddingSubcomponents/
> > Can you give us a more concrete example of what you're trying to do?
> > Cheers,
> > Mike
> > On 24 Aug 2006, at 18:47, Sergio Gianatiempo wrote:
> > > Hi ppl!
> > >
> > > im newbie with squeak and seaside, and im having some troubles from
> > > time to time trying to make thing work beacuse there are Components
> > > that need to be rendered with WAHtmlRenderer and others with
> > > WARenderCanvas.
> > >
> > > i think (i dont know if its possible/reachable) in a way to render
> > > content with both canvas... something like:
> > > renderContentOn: t1
> > > t1 renderWithCanvas:[...].
> > > t1 renderWithRenderer:[...].
> > >
> > > so u can change render every time u need, i think that its not so
> > > simple... but, can we do it? its something possible, or im dreaming??
> > >
> > > thanks in advance
> > >
> > > --
> > > Sergio Gianatiempo
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