How to point SqueakMap to SqueakSource
frank.shearar at rnid.org.uk
Thu Apr 29 08:35:33 UTC 2004
The bit that changes (everything after the $@) is kind've like a cookie that
Seaside uses to keep track of where you are (Seaside being the framework
that SqueakSource uses).
If you link to
you'll get halfway to what you want. (I don't know the full, proper answer,
This does show up a bug in SqueakSource's XHTML output, as a nice side
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:squeak-dev-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org]On Behalf Of
> Andrew Tween
> Sent: 29 April 2004 09:21
> To: The general-purpose Squeak developers list
> Subject: Re: How to point SqueakMap to SqueakSource
> Hi Lukas,
> OK. I've done that.
> That publishes a version from SqueakSource into SqueakMap, right?
> But, I still have the same problem. I'll explain it again in
> more detail.
> I have typed in an Overview (Project Description) of my project on
> I thought that it might be nice to use this as the homepage.
> So I browsed to it, grabbed the url out of my browser
> , and pasted it into the homepage field of my package details
> on SqueakMap.
> But when I click on the url it browses to the SqueakSource
> home page, not my
> Overview page.
> It appears that the url of my Overview page keeps changing,
> it is different
> each time I visit it.
> So I was wondering if there was a 'fixed' url that could be used, that
> will -always- go to my Overview page.
> (Or, perhaps there is no way to get to project pages in
> SqueakSource without
> going through the home page first)
> > - go to your project
> > - open the versions-tab
> > - click the filename of the version you want to publish on SqueakMap
> > - click the button 'SqueakMap Release'
> > - fill in the necessary fields in the form that pops-up
> > - click 'Save' & enjoy your SqueakMap release
> > Cheers,
> > Lukas
> > --
> > Lukas Renggli
> > http://renggli.freezope.org
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