stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Fri Jul 20 10:25:25 UTC 2007
flotsam and jetsam is/was a hardrock band where the previous bassist
of metallica was playing :)
On 19 juil. 07, at 22:06, Keith Hodges wrote:
> Dear David,
> Jetsam is now open!
> I have begun by committing some initial bits and pieces I found
> lying around on the beach.
> I have a few other ideas to add as and when, for example hooks into
> a basic logging add on.
> When you contribute to Jetsam please add to the list of extensions/
> features in the JetsamSeasidePackageInfo-readmeText method, and I
> think that it would be a useful convention to indicate which
> version number of seaside2.8 is the current latest to which this
> package corresponds.
> ext 01: WAConfiguration-hasPreferenceGroup;
> ext 02: WACachedDocument-clear to ensure next access the document
> is re-read from disk.
> ext 03: WATagBrush-idNotNil: convenience method for setting ids.
> ext 04: WAImageTag-fileName: restore old api, so that it can be
> used even though deprecated.
> ext 05: WAHtmlCanvas-heading:level: restore old api, so that it can
> be used even though deprecated.
> ext 06: WASession-download: contents mimeType: mimeType filename:
> Enables an anchor to respond with the file content to be
> ext 07: WADocumentHandler-mimeDocument/response
> Enables documentClasses to signal respond with doNotCache by
> implementing #notCached
> ext 08: WABatchedList-totalSize accessor
> ext 09: WANotCachedDocument - document that doesn't want to be
> cached in memory
> ext 10: WALibrary names and hence urls are not tied to the class
> name, #libraryName can be specified.
> ext 11: WAFileHandler-responseAt:ifAbsent:/libraryAt:ifAbsent:
> This resolution process enables the libarary resolved by the
> url to decide who serves the document.
> (the default behaviour is hardwired such that that library
> class itself has to serve the content).
> ext 12: WAStandardFilesPlus and WAStandardFilesPlusTest
> - see class comment for details.
> - override seaside defaults in your project, and also serve
> from DISK if you wish.
> WAStandardFilesPlus class comment:
> The majority of seaside projects need to have WAStandardFiles
> included otherwise such things as the toolbar cease to display
> This class inherits from WAStandardFiles and so by subclassing me,
> and adding your subclass to your project (e.g. MyFiles)
> you can override the defaults. I also add some features.
> Note the following example, in which the filename may be used to
> reference a file in your generation code.
> html image url: (MyFiles / 'logo.gif').
> In standard seaside the file selector form #logoGif would be used.
> In a shameless hack which would never be accepted in seaside
> proper, we enable both forms. A symbol is assumed to be a selector
> reference, and a string is assumed to be a file reference. We do
> this simply because, in situations where you may be asking a user
> to specify a file via a settings interface, they are likely to be
> more familiar with the filename form. The filename form is also
> Your subclass can also specify whether or not it caches DISK (i.e.
> not those stored in a file library method selector aka
> WAStandardFiles) based documents, by defining #documentClass. By
> default we serve non-cached documents (i.e. we do not cache the
> document, and we request that the browser does not either), but
> once your project is defined you may wish to change that.
> We keep a cache the fileNames of those files we have available to
> serve from disk.
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