[Seaside] version 3.1 of Seabreeze causes DNU for #passengerPrefix
karsten at heeg.de
Thu Oct 2 09:02:19 UTC 2008
After a short debugging session here we noticed that SUSortable in the
#passenger: method seems to be nil. Do you use VisualWorks 7.6? If you
do, please try reloading the Seaside-Scriptaculous parcel. If this
doesn't help do the following:
Select the Seaside-Scriptaculous package.
Select the Properties Code-Tool to see the package-properties
There should be a "namespace" key defined, with a value 'Scriptaculous'.
If that's not defined, right-click on the keys-panel and select "Add..."
to add the key "namespace".
Then set this key to 'Scriptaculous' and it should work.
I hope this helps.
Richard E. Flower wrote:
> I decided to try Seabreeze tonight but it didn't get far.. I'm not
> sure if I'm missing
> something needed by Seabreeze (it didn't complain when loaded from the
> public store).
> I also tried updating to the latest Seaside.. Below is what I get
> during the initial create phase after
> entering the site name,etc.
> Any ideas?
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