monty.williams at gemstone.com
Tue Oct 30 13:22:19 UTC 2007
I'm interested in helping. I want to ensure it works in GemStone as well as
Squeak. I personally won't be much help in development, but I can do
testing and possibly fix things that don't work in GemStone.
I'll be glad to provide a Monticello repository for the project at
http://seaside.gemstone.com/ss/ -- which is quite suitable for Squeak as
well as GemStone.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: merlyn at stonehenge.com [mailto:merlyn at stonehenge.com]
> Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 12:55 PM
> To: Boris Popov
> Cc: Seaside - general discussion
> Subject: Re: [Seaside] YUI
> >>>>> "Boris" == Boris Popov <boris at deepcovelabs.com> writes:
> Boris> One thing I would like to mention, however, is that
> you shouldn't be
> Boris> discounting the level and quality of Scriptaculous
> integration work
> Boris> that Lukas had already done. The same level of
> expressiveness would
> Boris> take a lot of essentially duplicated effort, so
> perhaps you could
> Boris> consider working on adding support for parts that
> Scriptaculous does
> Boris> not provide on its own?
> "the problem is that it aggressively extends the base
> the Array object adding around 10 or so functions that
> allow it to behave as
> an iterator and allow subclassing. those additions are nice
> to have, but it
> libraries unless they
> explicitly work within the new walls it puts up."
> "here’s to hope that people will see the light and stop
> using prototype.js
> unless they want to live in their walled garden."
> So, I forbid the use of prototype.js in any project I'm
> workng on as long as
> it has this broken behavior. Hence, I cannot just *add* to
> Lukas work. I
> just wish he hadn't picked the wrong library. :-(
> Maybe I can keep the same interface, but rip the guts out to
> replace the
> scriptalicious behavior with equivalents from YUI. If anyone
> wants to work on
> that with me, starting from a proper base of YUI (including
> CSS Reset, etc),
> I'll be happy to coordinate.
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