[Seaside] Need help fixing my image

AA aa at serendip.demon.co.uk
Mon Jan 3 21:38:40 UTC 2011

I had exactly this problem with Scheduler...

The way I cleared it off my system was like this:

In a Workspace:  TaskScheduler allInstances do: [ :each | each stop ].

Then I deleted the category and classes (or use Monticello to unload the package).

However, there was still one method remaining.  So, search for this method and delete it:

DateAndTime >> now

(It's in the Kernel-Chronology category, *Scheduler-override protocol)

This should restore your system to normal.

Hope this helps, and that it's not too late!


On Mon, 3 Jan 2011 10:47:04 -0500
sergio_101 <sergiolist at village-buzz.com> wrote:

> it's surprising easy to totally mess up a pier/seaside image.. i think
> i find new ways every day..
> i have a  new image ready to go for my photography site. i am trying
> desperately to release it today, and am having trouble..
> in order to get it ready to save the image every half hour, i
> installed scheduler
> (http://squeaksource.com/@mlSPrDhf5NjYQ5So/UwX1Tlcu)..
> i set up an instance of scheduler, and it caused all sorts of
> problems.. so i deleted the classes..
> unfortunately, the problems are all still there. it appears that it's
> still looking for the classes, and it keeps crashing with a system
> error. i will try attaching a screen shot.. it's not a debug error,
> but an actual system error..
> i can't reinstall scheduler, because that error pops up again, and kills it..
> if i could find whatever calls are being made to scheduler, i could
> delete that, and that should work..
> or, if i could somehow revert to the image before i added scheduler,
> that would fix it too, but i can't figure out how to do that, either.
> The backup images that pier was saving have the same  problem..
> any help would be greatly appreciated...

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