[Seaside] Seaside book
conradwt at gmail.com
Sun Jul 22 23:58:15 UTC 2007
Hi James, I agree with you 100% addressing all the versions of Smalltalk.
However, I would save Gemstone/S for the database integration parts of the
book but Dolphin Smalltalk would added to the installation parts of the
book. Anyway, in the outline that I proposed, I assumed that the
proficiency but I added the "Introduction to Smalltalk" appendix for people
that do not.
It would be GREAT to incorporate something like this in the forthcoming
books on Seaside.
On 7/22/07, James Foster <Smalltalk at jgfoster.net> wrote:
> I believe that all dialects of Smalltalk that support Seaside (you left
> out Dolphin and GemStone) have a no-cost edition. It seems that
> addressing each of these alternatives would be valuable.
> Blake wrote:
> > Hey, guys,
> > I'm creating an outline and some samples for a Seaside book and am
> > wondering: Should I concern myself with Visual Works? That is to say:
> > If I base the book on Squeak, I know everyone can get it for free but
> > at the same time, some may choose VW over Squeak for their work.
> > How much accomodation should I make for VW? Obviously, I'll want
> > to check over the examples in VW and make sure they work, but apart
> > from that?
> > ===Blake===
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