[Seaside] Newbie alert: file uploads, etc.
stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Mon Jul 7 17:57:36 UTC 2008
citezen parses bibtex files. so if you build a interface for it, you
get a user :)
On Jul 7, 2008, at 7:38 PM, Bill Schwab wrote:
> I am just getting started with Seaside (Pharo, Seaside 2.8, AFAIK, I
> not using Scriptaculous), and stumbled around for a while looking
> for a
> good project. Any time I am tempted to complain about how hard it
> is to
> find and file references, I think back to the days when one had to
> actually go to a big building called a library. Downloading full-text
> .pdf files is a great improvement over the hard way. That said, it
> really pays for me to add new articles to my a BibTeX file as soon
> as I
> find them. Getting the entries themselves is easy; many publishers
> provide them, as does Google Scholar (if configured to do so).
> So, imagine a site that shows a report with the existing .bib files,
> drills down into their content, and accepts uploads of new full-text
> files and allows one to paste a BibTeX entry and a starting synopsis
> the article into a form. Behind the scenes, the new entry gets
> automatically edited with keys to represent the full-text file and/or
> local cache URL for same, and the synopsis. The result is a pain to
> create, but very useful, and I thought it would be nice to try turning
> the tedious parts into a Seaside app on one of my servers.
> That's what I am trying to do. Parts of it already more or less work.
> The idea of an upload hit me, and I realized it would be a LOT less
> trouble to use than my backup plan.
> Just how evil are file uploads? Do they work with or without a proxy
> server? Most files I find tend to be .pdf, usually 800k or so,
> from very small (no worries) to just shy of 3MB. Is that a reasonable
> thing to expect to work? Any other questions I should be asking?
> Wilhelm K. Schwab, Ph.D.
> University of Florida
> Department of Anesthesiology
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