[Seaside] Which version should I be using? :)
nevin at bountifulbaby.com
Thu May 10 17:58:03 UTC 2007
One reason I tend to prefer pre-built images is under the assumption
that it would be one of the more stable versions (otherwise why prebuild
it?). For a real production site, stability is paramount.
Of course, this assumption is also based on the assumption that the
person doing the prebuilding is very deeply involved in Squeak/Seaside,
at least enough so that their opinions on how to build a stable
Squeak/Seaside are reasonably good.
> Hi Nevin,
> I don't like pre built images too much. I build my own every time I
> need customizing a stable release of a Squeak image with an installer script
> that loads exactly what I ask for. Currently I'm using 3.9 and Seaside
> 2.7a1-mb.205 well so far.
>> -----Mensaje original-----
>> De: seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org
>> [mailto:seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] En nombre
>> de Nevin Pratt
>> Enviado el: Jueves, 10 de Mayo de 2007 14:11
>> Para: Seaside - general discussion
>> Asunto: Re: [Seaside] Which version should I be using? :)
>> Brian Brown wrote:
>>> Hey all!
>>> Currently I'm using Seaside2.7a1-mb.215, but I see lot's of
>> fixes in
>>> Magritte and Scriptaculous... many relating to 2.8. Is 2.8 ready to
>>> use? And also, what is the 2.7b1?
>>> Any guidance would be appreciated.
>> To follow up with Brian's request:
>> Note that GemStone ported version 2.6. So, if you are
>> planning on using GemStone/Seaside, I would think you
>> probably should use 2.6.
>> And, I would think an already built Squeak image would be
>> best, like what is found on http://www.seaside.st
>> That being said, my own "guess" as to the proper image would
>> be the 'seaside-2.6.zip' package found at:
>> But, I would be very interested in hearing other folk's
>> opinions, also.
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