david.mitchell at gmail.com
Mon Jun 15 00:38:41 UTC 2009
Agree with Philippe's comments.
See also Ramon Leon's blog for info on deploying Squeak behind Apache.
Monty Kamath was using it (has since moved to his own page-based
framework) as noted here.
On Sun, Jun 14, 2009 at 7:22 AM, Philippe
Marschall<philippe.marschall at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/6/13 jowen <worden.john at gmail.com>:
>> An absolute newbie (and non-programmer) question.
>> I have started to play with Squeak then drifted onto Seaside which I like.
>> However, what I cant figure out quickly are the complexities of deploying a
>> Seaside app. I see you can deploy to Seaside hosting and I see lots of
>> complex Apache setups but I'm still not sure if its feasible to deploy to a
>> "normal" hosting site. I have done a few things in PHP and get them
>> running. Can I send a Squeak/Seaside to my hosting provider and get it
>> working. Sorry if this is a stupid question but as I beginner I just
>> haven't seen the simple answer yet.
> You'll need a hosting plan that gives you shell access and the ability
> to manually install whatever software you need (Squeak in your case).
> Then you'll somehow upload the image (e.g. over ssh or ftp) login over
> ssh and start Squeak. Unfortunately this means you'll have to chose a
> higher priced hosting plan.
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