[Seaside] Re: Rails and Seaside
jacaetevha at gmail.com
Tue Jan 17 14:56:53 CET 2006
Another datapoint -- the Squeak website is developed over VNC as well.
On 1/16/06, Andrew Catton <andrew at smallthought.com> wrote:
> On 16-Jan-06, at 11:53 AM, Jeremy Shute wrote:
> > Yes, I got a laptop drive this weekend for that purpose.
> > I've been rethinking even using a Squeak GUI. Perhaps a simpler
> > solution
> > to the problem would be an editing mode ala SLIME? I wonder how
> > much work
> > it would be to hook the MVC views and controllers to an Emacs
> > buffer-based
> > representation?
> > I envision most of the boxes I use Squeak on will be headless anyway,
> > thanks to Seaside. Seems more efficient to transmit the
> > representation to
> > Emacs than to draw pixels over the wire...
> I guess it depends on what sort of efficiency you're talking about --
> Avi and I have been using the Squeak VNC server a fair bit to work
> with deployed images, using the normal squeak UI. This is extremely
> efficient in terms of developer time, as it already works.
> Cheers, Andrew
> >> On 1/16/06, Blanchard, Todd <tobl at amazon.com> wrote:
> >>> The usual rule of thumb in this community is "no bitching unless you
> >>> want to work on the solution".
> >> Which of course doesn't mean he needs to actually produce code.
> >> Getting others to produce code is just as good (but probably harder
> >> ;-)).
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