[squeak-dev] Re: Running a custom image in a Web browser

Hilaire Fernandes hilaire at ofset.org
Tue Mar 18 15:28:32 UTC 2008

I also need to use a Squeak image in a web servcie, itself runned from a
Seaside application.
As for now, under linux I just installed squeakland then I replaced the
squeakland image with my custom image.
Never tried with Vista, so it looks like first step is to get Squeakland
to run with Vista. 
Have you tried asking in the Squeakland mailing list? I think some
problems were reported with Vista and/or? IE7.


Le mardi 18 mars 2008 à 01:51 +0900, Aran Lunzer a écrit :
> Hi
> I'm having trouble figuring out how to let people run my Squeak-based
> application within a Web browser.  I thought this would be a pretty common
> thing to want to do, but a couple of hours of Googling hasn't provided the
> answers.
> To start with I tried installing the Squeakland plugin, with the intention
> of simply subverting whatever happens there.  The installation seemed to
> go fine, but neither IE(7) nor Mozilla can show the embedded image for the
> http://www.squeakland.org/plugin/launch.html test page.  IE shows a
> "broken picture" icon; Mozilla shows empty space.  Neither gives any kind
> of error message.
> Being on Vista, I thought perhaps file-access security was getting in the
> way... possibly related to the c:\ProgramData folder.  But even giving
> full access rights to all users there didn't seem to help.  I also tried
> relaxing various Internet-domain security settings, to no avail.  Not sure
> what to try next.
> So I have two questions:
> 1) what's the most straightforward way of persuading a Web browser (I
> don't mind which flavour) to load my own Squeak (3.7, as it happens)
> image?
> 2) for a start, is there some known issue in getting the Squeakland plugin
> to work on Vista?
> Many thanks
> Aran
> --
> Aran Lunzer
> Hokkaido University
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