[Seaside] Serving files

Jason Johnson jbjohns at libsource.com
Sun Oct 8 13:02:27 UTC 2006

Philippe Marschall wrote:
> 2006/10/6, Brian Brown <brian at ablelinktech.com>:
>> User-Agent: Xnntp/beta03 (PPC Mac OS 10.3)
>> Hello all!
>> It's been a while since I did any Seaside work, but now I have a
>> project and am trying to get back into the swing of things....
>> I'm writing an online repository which will essentially serve out some
>> zip files. I remember some discussion on the groups a while back
>> regarding streaming files from the disk without loading them
>> completely into memory as they are served. Has anyone taken a crack at
>> this?
>> In the past I've served everything with apache, but in this case I'm
>> dynamically creating folders to store the files when they are
>> uploaded, and you have to manage permissions between the squeak
>> process and filesystem served by apache, as well as making sure apache
>> is set up correctly whenever the app is deployed. Of course, this is
>> all doable, just a pain :)
> Stil sounds much better than serving the files with Squeak.
> Philippe
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Why?  Is it way too slow? Seaside uses the Komanche web server to work, 
but that is a full web server.  Mine serves static pages as well as 
seaside components.

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