[Seaside] Re: [squeak-dev] Kom or Swazoo?
Das.Linux at gmx.de
Fri Jun 13 06:12:54 UTC 2014
On 13.06.2014, at 03:13, Chris Muller <asqueaker at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You're forgetting WebClient, which I'd say is the one you ought to use.
> I didn't forget about WebClient, I just forgot that Kom and Swazoo are
> nothing more than HTTP servers. I thought they wrapped an HTTP server
> to do more than that. Duh! I've been out of web for too long..
> So, yes, WebClient is definitely the one to use with Squeak.
>> You can see in this Tobias Pape built Seaside image the GUI tool that allows
>> you to choose which server to use. An example of WebClient in use is there.
> Tobias, that's a great image. I'd like to get one for 3.1.1. I tried
> a couple of tweaks to your script inside the workspace in the image,
> but got only as far as ConfigurationOfMagritte3AddOns when it said:
> "Warning: This package depends on the following classes:
> You must resolve these dependencies before you will be able to load
> these definitions:
> MJJsonParser class>>onStream:for:
> MJJsonParser class>>parse:for:
> Using the sections of your original Metacello script, and a simple
> dependency check, I would like to make a separate entry for each of
> these layers in SqueakMap so one can very easily assemble whatever
> combination they want (e.g., with or without Parasol, or
> And you know I would like to have this be a totally "locked down,"
> immutable version and not the "latest" stable or anything because
> Seaside is only consumed, not developed, on Squeak and I want it to
> work even 5 years from now in 4.5.
> Can you help me out? Thanks!
But please poke me next week, this week is full, unfortunately.
>> That link is there at all, I think, because on this list Seaside - general
>> discussion I asked for it to be added. If I recall correctly Julian Fitzell
>> added it, so it was a few years ago.
> Thanks for that Chris. Unfortunately it became invalid when the new
> squeak.org site went in. Seaside is important enough if for no other
> than what Andre Agassi says, could you possibly put whatever content
> we had at that link before? Then people will know how to make Seaside
> run on Squeak too. Thanks!
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