[Seaside] Re: magma?

Chris Muller chris at funkyobjects.org
Tue Feb 13 02:45:29 UTC 2007

Giles, this question was just asked on the Magma list.  The consensus
from those few brave enough to try it has been, "yes", Magma is stable.

By installing the Magma tester package from SqueakMap, you can see all
the complex test cases that go well beyond even what most typical
applications do (just view MagmaTestCase).

It's also fully-supported, should you happen across a question or

 - Chris

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> Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 12:13:41 -0800
> From: "Giles Bowkett" <gilesb at gmail.com>
> Subject: [Seaside] magma?
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> Are people using Magma a lot? Should I consider it "ready for prime
> time"? I have an app where an OODBMS might be a lot more useful than
> an RDBMS, but it's hard to really tell how feasible Magma is
> (Gemstone
> doesn't appear to be feasible because it isn't open source).
> --
> Giles Bowkett
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