[Goodie][Seaside] Gardner - a Seaside-based Wiki
ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Sat Jul 26 09:59:00 UTC 2003
On Saturday, July 26, 2003, at 11:33 AM, Daniel Vainsencher wrote:
> Hi Lukas. I'm using Gardner with SmallWikis parser to implement Garden,
> a local hypertext editor, and XML storage sounds like useful to me.
> Where can I find it? Other than on Cees server, I can't locate the
> I have two ideas. One is trivial - I'd to be able to read my hypertext
> information with an editor, if I need to, and reference streams are not
> convinient for that ;-)
> The second is that if the wiki has a request type (<pagenumber>.xmltree
> ?) where it sends the xml parse trees instead of rendered text, it
> becomes much easier to write a convinient, Squeak based remote wiki
> editor that gets and gives back parse trees, without painful html
> scraping. This is so far just a vague idea.
> BTW, is SmallWiki intended to eventually work on Comanche too?
Yes you can plug any webwerser behind SmallWiki.
Our goal is to have it have it for other to port it in Squeak.
> Lukas Renggli <renggli at hotmail.com> wrote:
>>> Can you say a little more about the difference between this and
>>> SmallWiki (and Swiki for that matter ?) Yours is Seaside-based, I
>>> that much. How does SmallWiki store parse trees ? How might a non-
>>> swiki app use Gardner ?
>> SmallWiki might be used with different storage strategies: the easiest
>> and fastest way is to simply save the image (into rotating files, of
>> course). I have also implemented a storage-strategy that uses SIXX to
>> serialize the parse-trees and the whole wiki-structure as XML.
>> Gardner currently uses reference-streams to save pages. Gardner
>> a Seaside component that might be included into any other Seaside
>> Lukas Renggli
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