[Seaside] How to develop and deploy
lochan94 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 23 04:24:00 UTC 2008
The nearest thing what you are asking for can be found at
and also at
It is for Seaside in general.
On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 8:10 AM, Bèrto ëd Sèra <berto.d.sera at gmail.com>
> Is there any "seaside for dummies" guide explaining how to install it on a
> Debian server and start shared development, versioning, etc? That would
> imply Gemstone, if I understand your msg. One of the things that make a tool
> widespread is really those "all in one page" guides that abound for many
> tools. My opinion is that such things, if published on the Seaside site,
> would make a lot of difference.
> 2008/6/23 James Foster <Smalltalk at jgfoster.net>:
> Hi Marze,
>> I'm not familiar with GOODS or with Postgres, so I'm not sure how you
>> would create an application that uses those tools. The general approach
>> recommended for GemStone/S is to use class (instance) variables to keep
>> objects persistent. Start your Seaside application in Squeak and just use
>> the image for persistence. When you are ready to deploy, just export your
>> application using Monticello and import it into GemStone/S using Monticello.
>> Why would you wait till your site gets bigger to port everything to
>> GemStone? Why not start with GemStone? Then you wouldn't have to do any
>> object-relational mapping in the first place.
>> GemStone/S is started by using the command line and you get to a Smalltalk
>> interpreter using a command-line tool named Topaz.
>> By the way, 'Smalltalk' has only one capital letter.
>> On Jun 22, 2008, at 3:32 PM, Marcelino Llano wrote:
>> Hello list! this is my first post, sorry if it's something obvious
>>> I've been reading a lot about the platform and I'm missing one thing
>>> When I develop a new app on Seaside and I want to start, let's say with
>>> GOODS and Postgres and two images under Squeak, but
>>> then my site gets bigger and I want to port everything to GemStone, how
>>> could I do that? because I read that GemStone is
>>> the only vendor that supports this kind of migration among SmallTalk VMs
>>> multiple forks
>>> And other (simple) thing, could I start an image on my server through the
>>> command-line? there's no GUI!
>>> Thanx in advance!
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