[Seaside] Possibly dumb question - Seaside Blog package

Julian Fitzell jfitzell at gmail.com
Mon Mar 14 08:47:44 UTC 2011

Hi Larry,

I don't know that code specifically, but in *general* bringing an
application from Seaside 2.8 (even 2.6?) to 3.0 should not be too
difficult. The way configurations work have definitely changed, though
it shouldn't be hard to map to the new method.

This link might be a little helpful if you haven't seen it:


On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 7:01 AM, Larry Gadallah <lgadallah at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all:
> At the risk of wasting a lot of .st guru time: I'm interested in reviving
> the SeasideBlog package from Squeaksource that was last worked on back in
> 2006, and after spending a good part of the day on it today, I'm finding
> that Seaside 3.x seems to have left it behind, particularly in terms of
> handling configuration. It seems to me that this blog is pretty
> sophisticated, supporting Ajax, comments, etc. but it looks to me that there
> are a lot of characteristics of the Seaside implementation that it relied
> upon that have shifted out from under it.
> As I'm a relative noob to Smalltalk and an even bigger noob w.r.t. Seaside,
> I wonder if anyone could offer me any advice as to whether porting this
> package forward to current-day Seaside is a reasonable quest or not?
> Thanks,
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