[Seaside] Mapping system directories to seaside directory

Vincent Girard-Reydet vincent.girard-reydet at f4-group.com
Tue Oct 24 07:17:48 UTC 2006

Thanks for the pointer!

George Herolyants wrote:
> Vincent Girard-Reydet wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'de like to map system's directories to seaside (in fact Comanche) 
>> directories.
>> For example, have /www/data/ mapped to www.mydomain.com/data/. This 
>> directory does not contain any seaside services, bnut rather resources 
>> referenced by the services (for example, images).
>> How can I achieve this ?
> Hello, if I have understood your question right, this was described in 
> second chapter of David Shaffer's Seaside tutorial: 
> http://www.shaffer-consulting.com/david/Seaside/GettingSoftware/index.html.
> I hope it'll help you.
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