[Seaside] using a callback to render a new component..
renggli at gmail.com
Tue Apr 20 18:01:31 UTC 2010
> what i would like to do is dump everything... and turn control over to
You'll need to do the call on the root component then.
> this also begs another question..
> if i do a call:, but never answer: that call.. does this end up
> putting a bunch of objects of of the scope of gc?
In Seaside 3.0 #call: is extremely lightweight. It only adds a
delegation decoration and stores a couple of stack frames. In Seaside
2.8 #call: was much more expensive.
If you do not expect to ever answer you can also use #show:, which
works in Seaside 2.8 too. It only installs a delegation decoration.
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