[Seaside] state of the art in seaside/magritte/glorp on
estebanlm at gmail.com
Thu Jan 27 20:00:58 UTC 2011
Glad to hear you :)
As Sven said, Squeak+Glorp+Portgresql should work out of the box (a very old version of Glorp, based on 4.1). SqueakDBX should work too, and there are a GlorpDBX package who is updated to work with SqueakDBX (still based on 4.1 version of Glorp). Currently, we are finishing a new workgroup who will (between other tasks), update glorp to latest version, this year... but that will take some time :)
El 27/01/2011, a las 4:40p.m., Sven Van Caekenberghe escribió:
> On 27 Jan 2011, at 19:20, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
>> So I've had my head buried in Perl for the past six months, and lost
>> track of where Seaside has gone.
>> I know Seaside 3.0 is out. And Magritte/Pier have been updated (although
>> the docs still look amazingly sparse :). And there's something called
>> SqueakDBX for talking to Postgresql.
>> My client has restarted the project we began a year ago but had to set
>> aside for economic reasons. I need to build a Seaside app that talks to
>> Postgresql, and runs on FreeBSD. I'd prefer to use something like
>> Glorp, but I'm not sure that's been updated in a while in the Squeak
>> world, unless SqueakDBX did it.
>> So, what's the current state of the art for Seaside, Magritte, Glorp,
>> and Postgresql bindings for Squeak? And has anyone managed to get a
>> modern VM running on FreeBSD... I can't seem to get the latest sources
>> to build (too many Linuxisms). I'll be developing on OSX, so that's
>> reasonably secure.
> Seaside + Glorp + PostgreSQL works fine for me (Mac OS X or Linux).
> Some time ago, I wrote this:
> I wouldn't call that state of the art, but it could be a good starting point.
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