[Seaside] (no subject)

Philippe Marschall philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Tue Feb 21 12:48:59 UTC 2006

> I would like to develop a seaside web app on my Mac using squeak. But
> the app will (almost definitely) end up on a windows machine. I need
> a good database that will work in both environments. A lot of people
> seem to recommend Goods, but I don't know how well it will compile on
> my Mac (some newer unix stuff just works--and some doesn't).

My experience with goods on Linux is:
gcc4: doesn't compile
gcc3: compiles but crashes for big datasets
gcc2: compiles and is stable

But GOODS is simple to compile (./configure && make).


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