[squeak-dev] Installing Seaside - Green

Casey Ransberger casey.obrien.r at gmail.com
Mon Mar 29 05:37:10 UTC 2010

I've been hacking about with 3.0 in my Trunk image, building a neat little
app, while the Trunk moves underneath me (I'm seriously updating Trunk
underneath my Seaside app! I must be crazy!) and I'm happy to report that
things seem to be working pretty damned well. The only problem I've had is I
haven't been able to get the debugger to pop in the image when an exception
is hit on the app, regardless of what I do in config, but this Problem (may)
Exist Between Keyboard And Chair:)

On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 7:43 PM, Levente Uzonyi <leves at elte.hu> wrote:

> On Sun, 28 Mar 2010, Chris Cunnington wrote:
>  Nothing to report.
>> Using the Squeak4.1-9850-beta image it is easy to install Seaside 2.8.* or
>> Seaside 3.0 using MetacelloRepository on Squeaksource.com. (Load. Open
>> Workspace. "ConfigurationOf*** load" Do it.)
>> The tests were done with ConfigurationOfSeaside28-dkh.19.mcz
>> and ConfigurationOfSeaside30-DaleHenrichs.136.mcz.
> Well, Seaside3.0 loads and works, but one test fails: WABacktrackingTest
>> #testDictionary. The cause is that #snapShotCopy and
>> #restoreFromSnapshot: are defined in Set instead of HashedCollection
> (Pharo doesn't have HashedCollection yet). Since Dictionary is not a
> subclass of Set anymore, these methods are missing from Dictionary in
> Squeak. Sooner or later Pharo will have HashedCollection, so the best
> solution is to ask the Seaside developers to add these methods to Dictionary
> (or HashedCollection, though that may cause problems) too.
> Levente
>> Chris
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