[Seaside] Re: I am sure that experts would know wby
the browser's format does not work
Das.Linux at gmx.de
Mon May 27 20:31:32 UTC 2013
Am 27.05.2013 um 18:20 schrieb intrader <intrader at aol.com>:
> Tobias Pape <Das.Linux <at> gmx.de> writes:
>> Am 26.05.2013 um 18:39 schrieb intrader <intrader <at> aol.com>:
>>> Levente Uzonyi <leves <at> elte.hu> writes:
>>> It is OBSystemBrowserAdaptor in both
>> OmniBrowser changed between the seaside 3.0.6 and the seaside 3.0.8
>> I was of the impression that the OB used by 3.0.8 would be more stable
>> than the older one, at least it has seen more care by Colin….
>> Anyway, when you click on the blue triangle in the upper right in the
>> system browser, you can select "choose new default browser" where you
>> can select "Browser", which will give you the default Squeak System Browser.
>> Be aware that the nice icons will then no longer be used, but "pretty print"
>> should work, at least.
> Thanks Tobias, indeed I can choose 'Browser' and a browser change occurs.
> However, the browser chosen is not the browser that I had operating on 3.0.6:
> 1. the format menu does not appear, I must click on 'more...' then on
> 'pretty print' (which does the job),
> 2. the method search bar does not appear.
This is expected.
> I wonder which browser is available as default on 3.0.6 with Squeak 4.3.
The Default browser for the 3.0.6/4.3 combo is the same as the
browser for the 3.0.8/4.4 combo, ie. OmniBrowser, but in a different version.
Please send a mail to the squeak-dev or newbies mailinglists, so
that we do not forget the bug you mentioned (ie, non-working Pretty-print in OB)
> I have further problems with the 3.0.8's version of Magritte. I am following
> the Hasso Plattner Institut Seaside Tutorial's Monticello version 2
> (including Magritte) of the ToDo Application (accessible from tutorial at
> It works perfectly on 3.0.6 and Squeak 4.3. Unfortunately, it fails on 3.0.8
> and Squeak 4.4 with error 'StTask(Object)>>doesNotUnderstand: #description';
> I am investigating why the problem as the source of the ToDo Application is
> the same (as given above),
> What I know changed is Magritte.
Yes. The tutorial assumes Magritte 2, as the installation description states.
We have not had time yet to make the necessary changes for Magritte 3.
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