[Seaside] Re: Seaside and Ajax
hilaire at drgeo.eu
Sat May 2 09:42:04 UTC 2015
Both options are fine but, at least for newbies, if Ajax tests are not
present in default Seaside installation, the Seaside welcome page should
not propose a link to test jquery and jquery-ui because they will broken
in that case and newbies may not fell good there.
Le 28/04/2015 09:24, Johan Brichau a écrit :
> The ConfigurationOfSeaside3 for all 3.1 versions only loads Seaside core as a default. You need to add groups to your load expression if you want them.
> This was done with the mindset of customizable loads for everyone but ...
> Since people expected the inverse, the configuration for 3.2 has changed this and will load everything by default. If people want specific groups only, they can still do it. However, we should not change this for 3.1 as it might break other configurations, so we have to live with it until 3.2 is the stable version.
>> On 25 Apr 2015, at 14:28, Hilaire <hilaire at drgeo.eu> wrote:
>> Should it not be in the ConfigurationOfSeaside as the Seaside welcome
>> page comes with two links to jQuery and JQueryUI demos?
>> Le 25/04/2015 11:47, Hilaire a écrit :
>>> Le 22/04/2015 20:37, Johan Brichau a écrit :
>>>> Take a look at the jQuery examples provided with Seaside
>>> Sadly this URL does not work from my Seaside previously installed on
>>> Pharo3 with the following script:
>>> Gofer new
>>> package: 'ConfigurationOfSeaside3';
>>> ((Smalltalk at: #ConfigurationOfSeaside3) project version: #stable) load.
>>> I guess some initialization was not properly done (the panel access was
>>> not present in the world menu as well).
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