[Seaside] Suspending UI Process

Chris Muller asqueaker at gmail.com
Sat Oct 20 01:49:09 UTC 2007

Suspending the UI Process may want to be done irrespective of running
headful.  But I would only do it once I knew I my other (server)
process listening for a request that could resume the UI process was
running.  A failure in starting the server otherwise would render the
image non-responsive with no way to make it so.

On 10/18/07, Randal L. Schwartz <merlyn at stonehenge.com> wrote:
> >>>>> "Norbert" == Norbert Hartl <norbert at hartl.name> writes:
> >> Yes, you can pass a .st script file to the vm that will be executed on
> >> the start of the image. Seaside Hosting does this and as far as I
> >> remember it's not really small.
> >>
> Norbert> I do the following:
> Norbert> [
> Norbert>    (Delay forSeconds: 10) wait.
> Norbert>    Project uiProcess suspend.
> Norbert> ] fork.
> Norbert> SmalltalkImage current snapshot: true andQuit: true
> I haven't tried this, but what about registering a startUp request,
> and when it starts up, determining whether you're headless or normal
> (maybe by host name), and having it execute this Project uiProcess
> call?
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