[squeak-dev] Re: [Seaside] SqueakSource/Seaside question - has anyone seen this problem before?

David T. Lewis lewis at mail.msen.com
Sat Dec 28 22:45:21 UTC 2013

On Sat, Dec 28, 2013 at 03:52:53PM -0500, Bob Arning wrote:
> On 12/28/13 2:45 PM, Philippe Marschall wrote:
> >Is that the same image aswww.squeaksource.com? If so was the image
> >ever updated? AFAIK the method did ISO-8859-1 previously.
> Well, it's the image David Lewis gave me to look at, but where it came 
> from, he will need to answer.

The image that I gave to Bob was a copy of the www.squeaksource.com image
that is running on our squeak.org server. I saved it from the running
image, zipped it up with a password, and gave it to Bob.

Since that time the only change that I have made to the running image on
www.squeaksource.com was to apply the initial patch that Bob provided to
work around the problematic user ID. For purposes of keeping squeaksource.com
operating, that patch is doing just fine. So aside from that one patch,
the image that Bob is looking at is identical to the one that is running
now on www.squeaksource.com. With respect to source code for Seaside and
SqueakSource, it is also identical to the source.squeak.org image that is
used to support Squeak trunk development.


> What is in *this* image is
>     svp 5/13/2003 15:29 HttpRequest class 
> decodeUrlEncodedForm:multipleValues: {parsing}
> which expects UTF-8, while a newer image I use has
>     pmm 5/29/2007 07:31 HttpRequest class 
> decodeUrlEncodedForm:multipleValues: {parsing}
> which does 8859-1. The two latest versions of the KomHttpServer in 
> David's image are:
> Name: KomHttpServer-ar.8
> Author: ar
> Time: 6 September 2009, 11:25:00.032 am
> UUID: e67bf476-8358-6d4e-a0a1-f2c23b78a85a
> Ancestors: KomHttpServer-pmm.7
> Update for BlockClosure support.
> =========and===========
> Name: KomHttpServer-pmm.7
> Author: pmm
> Time: 4 March 2006, 2:55:55 pm
> UUID: 33842fe3-5b5e-41ad-ad7f-4e761141cae1
> Ancestors: KomHttpServer-gk.6
> - added support for FastSocketStream
> neither of which appear in the ancestry of a newer image KomHttpServer 
> package. So, it's relatively old code, which I guess is not a surprise.
> Cheers,
> Bob
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