[Seaside] KomHttpServer on SqueakMap
hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Wed Mar 6 20:52:43 UTC 2013
Thank you, Chris, for the explanations.
On 3/6/13, Chris Muller <asqueaker at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Attached is a screenshot of the KomHttpServer entry for Squeak 4.4 on
>> The entry I loaded for running Squeak 4.4. and Seaside 3.0.3 is the
>> one marked with
>> which seems to apply to the Squeak version.
> Yes, this can be changed. The original authors appear to have moved
> on from the community, I thought a break from their original version
> number series might be appropriate. When it came time to decided,
> "4.4" seemed reasonable enough since the goal right now is for it
> simply to be available in latest Squeak. I'm open to alternatives.
>> What do the parenthesis mean?
> It means its "Published" attribute is not set. Published was supposed
> to mean the project will definitely not change -- Göran understands
> the use-case a lot better than I. We have a SHA1 of the contents of
> each project so never understood why we need a manually-set Published
> attribute. So I generally just ignore it and the parenthesis printing
> enhancement and would actually like to see it removed unless it is
> needed for something.
>> The other version numbers seems to be the version numbers of the
>> Could you please shed some light on this issue?
> If it is actively maintained, the maintainer should decide. Otherwise
> we can use whatever version # we want.
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