[Seaside] Swazoo, VisualWorks, and Seaside 2.8
jrobertson at cincom.com
Mon Apr 20 19:23:05 UTC 2009
I'm cc'ng vwnc, since this is more of a VW specific question than it
is a Seaside question; I think it would reduce the noise on this list
to go there :)
Cincom Smalltalk Product Evangelist
Talk Small and Carry a Big Class Library
On Apr 20, 2009, at 3:13 PM, Carl Gundel wrote:
> Ah, I looked at SeasideServer before but I was baffled by the lack
> of instance side methods. Everything is in the class methods.
> Okay, so I look at the rootDirectory method. It returns 'seaside'.
> Is this a disk folder? I change it to point at my static files
> using the rootDirectory: method and now my app isn't even found. My
> Seaside app isn't a disk file, so why does this affect it?
> Am I supposed to use WAExternalFileLibrary for this? It forces a
> very long URL. The class comment gives this example http://localhost:7777/seaside/files/external/myfile.png
> With the VisualWave server I can do this http://localhost:7777/myfile.png
> Or I can specify a subfolder of the public root:
> I realize that I can write my own WAFileLibrary subclass, but it
> seems like it should be easy to do what I need out of the box.
> On Apr 20, 2009, at 2:18 PM, James Robertson wrote:
>> See class SeasideServer.
>> James Robertson
>> Cincom Smalltalk Product Evangelist
>> Talk Small and Carry a Big Class Library
>> On Apr 20, 2009, at 1:55 PM, Carl Gundel wrote:
>>> On Apr 20, 2009, at 1:12 PM, John M McIntosh wrote:
>>>> If you check the archives there is some heated arguments about
>>>> the Swazoo licence history.
>>>> At this point it's LGPL, so can you live with that?
>>> I'm not quite sure if I can. I'd really prefer to use Opentalk if
>>> I can just figure out how to programmatically:
>>> -Get the web server for my Seaside app
>>> -Change the port number for the web server
>>> -Specify a root folder for static resources so that any URL. For
>>> example if I specify the folder to be c:\myseasideapp\public
>>> including a file named asdf.html then the URL http://www.mydomain.com/asdf.html
>>> resolves to that file. Subfolders should also work.
>>> These things are probably easy once you know how to do them, but
>>> so far I haven't managed to figure it out.
>>> -Carl Gundel
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