[Seaside] Pharo 2.0 scriptaculous does not work

Johan Brichau johan at inceptive.be
Fri Jun 7 08:11:31 UTC 2013

On 07 Jun 2013, at 10:03, Sven Van Caekenberghe <sven at stfx.eu> wrote:

> I am willing to do that (it sounds logical), but can that be done without depending on Seaside itself ? Because that does not sound practical, maybe reducing a circular dependency or at least an interference with the specific Seaside versions and groups that you initially want to load.

If I am correct, that should not be a problem.

The Seaside30 config can specify to load the 'Zinc-Seaside' version as specified by the Zinc config. 
All you have to do is list the Zinc-Seaside package in your version methods and make sure that it does not get loaded when not explicitly asking for it. 
I believe that can be done by not putting it in the #default load group. 

If you want your config to be complete, you can list a dependency on the Seaside project for the Zinc-Seaside package. This would only be loaded if somebody explicitly load the Zinc-Seaside package.

If that does not work, we need to ask the Metacello doctor ;-)


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