[Seaside] Another Seaside hosting question..
dan at shafermedia.com
Thu Jul 13 18:15:24 UTC 2006
There are hosting services that let you do just about whatever you
want in the way of CGI stuff because they essentially virtualize your
space on the drive and isolate others from anyu problems you might
One such host -- and one I heartily recommend -- is Dreamhost. I run
oddball CGI stuff there all the time. Haven't tried Seaside yet but
I'm going to do so soon. They don't even require you to put your cgi
stuff in a special folder in your space. And their pricing/value is
On Jul 13, 2006, at 9:54 AM, Rick Flower wrote:
> Does anyone know of any hosting firms offering hosting of sites
> that use VisualWorks, Seaside, and PostgreSQL (for use w/ Glorp)?
> While I'm still working on porting my existing PHP/MySQL
> application over to the land of Smalltalk, I'd like to get an idea
> on whether this combination is even possible currently with any
> hosting companies.. I'm currently checking with my existing hosting
> firm to see if they'd entertain the possiblity since they offer
> Windows/Unix/MySQL/PostgreSQL, but are obviously missing the
> Smalltalk/Seaside part of the equation (my hunch tells me that
> they'll probably decline).. of course, my other option is to run it
> from home which might be doable I guess, but not ideal..
> Has anyone tried this combination?
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