[Seaside] Re: Serving static images from Squeak 3.9
alan.capewell at softwareag.co.uk
Fri Mar 16 09:16:49 UTC 2007
Brad Fuller <brad <at> sonaural.com> writes:
> Alan Capewell wrote:
> > Alan Capewell <alan.capewell <at> softwareag.co.uk> writes:
> >> I think I'm getting a little further with this...
> >> I have been tracing the call through the KomHttpServer and discovered that
> >> my
> >> 3.8 image the HttpResponse stream is of Class StandardFileStream in my 3.9
> >> image it is a MultiByteFileStream. Difference being that the latter is
> >> getting passed through a UTF-8 conversion facility and I'm guessing my
> >> is not UTF-8 encoded.
> >> Now all I need to do is work out why 3.9 is treating it as a
> >> MultiByteFileStream. If anyone has any clues please let me know -
> >> I'll just kepp searching
> >> Thanks
> >> Alan
> > OK I have got round this for now.
> > I have downloaded Ramon's 3.9 image (see www.onsmalltalk.com) and I can get
> > files to serve like I do from my old 3.8 image.
> Can you tell us the method used to serve static images?
At the moment I'm just letting Kom serve the files, it makes my image a little
more portable and self contained. For production purposes I think serving
static images from apache will be more appropriate.
I have used David Shaffer's guide to starting the web server (see
then I simply put my files into the "FileRoot" (or whatever you choose to call
I then just call http://localhost:9090/foo.jpg
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