[Seaside] Seaside/Squeak/Linux: service with GUI as needed

Rick Flower rickf at ca-flower.com
Tue Jul 15 20:13:19 UTC 2008

On Tue, July 15, 2008 12:15 pm, Lukas Renggli wrote:

> OmniBrowser is a browser framework that is independent of the GUI.
> Most people probably use it with Morphic, but there is also an
> interface to the web (not Seaside based) and XUL (Seaside based).
> OmniBrowser has implementations of all the common code browser and a
> full integration with the refactoring tools. Furthermore there are
> implementations of workspace, transcript, file-browser, inspector,
> debugger, process browser and monticello-tools available. OmniBrowser
> is much more sophisticated than WABrowser and friends, and essentially
> everything you need to de everything you need to do development.
> I am just wondering why many people keep on ignoring it. I use
> OmniBrowser exclusively for all my development for more than 2 years
> now. It should replace all the crappy existing tools (but that's
> another discussion).

Lukas (or anyone else that wants to chime in) :

Is there anything akin to Omnibrowser for VW?  Just curious as there are
times that I can do some work but may not be on the machine in question..

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