[Seaside] Help getting started
brad at sonaural.com
Sun Mar 4 17:52:52 UTC 2007
Philippe Marschall wrote:
> 2007/3/4, Brad Fuller <brad at sonaural.com>:
>> Philippe Marschall wrote:
>> > 2007/3/1, Thomas F. Burdick <tburdick at gmail.com>:
>> >> After a couple years away from Smalltalk, I thought I'd put
>> >> Squeak/Seaside on a server I have as an excuse to play around with ST
>> >> again. But I found myself at a bit of a loss as to how to get the
>> >> thing up and running so I can play with it.
>> >> The way I'd setup a Lisp-based system would be to start the Lisp image
>> >> on the server running under screen and detach from it. When I want to
>> >> hack the system, I'd remotely connect to the running image with an
>> >> Emacs-based ide, or attach to the screen and start up the Lisp's
>> >> built-in ide, connecting to the correct X11 display. When done
>> >> hacking, I'd disconnect/close the ide, and leave the server running.
>> >> Translating these concepts as best I can to Squeak, my impulse is to
>> >> create an image loaded with Seaside, etc., along with
>> >> RemoteFrameBuffer, on my local machine. I'd then start the image up
>> >> running in headless mode on the server, and much like with Lisp,
>> >> detach the screen and connect to the running image with a VNC client.
>> >> Is this reasonable/normal? How do you all setup your environments?
>> >> My ST experience has so far been limited to doing things locally on
>> >> one machine.
>> > In general you develop locally and upload the code to a server image
>> > either via VNC (built in or stand alone). See:
>> How do you reconcile local directories every time you change something
> Can you make an example?
As Lukas pointed out in another email, I had a problem in that Magritte
stores files externally to a specific location. Thus, if you move this
image to another location, your path will be incorrect. Granted, it's
not a specific Seaside problem, but an example.
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