[Seaside] install Seaside30 without OB?
johan at inceptive.be
Wed Jan 5 17:08:07 UTC 2011
I'm curious: what is that 'better' than to be?
You don't _need_ those tools. They are just a handy addition when you're developing, which is when you have OB installed in an image anyway.
For the record, I just noticed, it's just the Seaside-Tools-Omnibrowser package that is depending on OB.
On 05 Jan 2011, at 17:56, Sebastian Sastre wrote:
> yeah, that kind of why, exactly. The one that exposes the meaning. The only one useful.
> So, here is when the value of the rhetorical question kicks in:
> Here is the "open letter" to whoever decided that:
> 1. it sucks
> 2. we know you know it sucks
> 3. we know you can do better
> 4. we're watching
> On Jan 5, 2011, at 2:17 PM, Johan Brichau wrote:
>> On 05 Jan 2011, at 16:22, Sebastian Sastre wrote:
>>> why is 'Seaside-Tools package' coupled to (or depending on) OB?
>> The technical answer is that (at least) the seaside control panel window is implemented using the OB framework.
>> But I guess you are more wondering why that is the case, and that's not an answer I can give you.
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