[Seaside] seaside performance in Squeak

tim Rowledge tim at rowledge.org
Sat Nov 24 04:53:56 UTC 2007

On 23-Nov-07, at 8:31 PM, Colin Putney wrote:

> On 23-Nov-07, at 12:32 PM, Adrian Lienhard wrote:
>>> Because I tried it once and had problems and never got around to  
>>> making another attempt.
>>>> It should be a matter of minutes to create a project and commit  
>>>> the current version to it and then people can commit and merge  
>>>> their fixes etc.
>>> You're kidding, yes?
>> No, I'm serious. Of course, you are not going to blindly merge  
>> everything people commit.  You can skip whatever changes you don't  
>> like in your main line. This is how Seaside is done, and I think it  
>> works well. The nice thing is that you don't need to mail mcz or cs  
>> files around and hence it is more likely that people share changes  
>> that are worth being looked at.
>> If you don't like this, you can also make the project read only or  
>> only writable by the guys you trust. This would allow outsiders to  
>> see what is going on.
> Agreed. It works quite well for OmniBrowser too.  I'm picky about  
> what changes I merge into the mainline, but I let anyone save  
> versions to my repository. If people commit code that's problematic,  
> that's fine, it just doesn't get merged into the trunk.

Hmph. If someone can point me to documentation/discussion of how to do  
this I might consider it. I'm used to a rather linear approach with MC  
so I have no idea really about allowing or managing a main trunk and  

tim Rowledge; tim at rowledge.org; http://www.rowledge.org/tim
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