never mind resizing problem...and first ActiveEssay!

Bob Arning arning at charm.net
Mon Jul 9 17:07:42 PDT 2001


Mark,

On Mon, 9 Jul 2001 15:35:18 -0400 Mark Guzdial <guzdial at cc.gatech.edu> wrote:
>- I'm confused about publishing a project to disk versus publishing 
>it to someplace like Bob's Super Swiki.  If I publish to the 
>SuperSwiki, it goes up as a single file, yes? 

No. There is always a .pr and .gif on BSS. There may as well be a .html and a .rc.gz. Additionally, there may be a *directory* with the project name which contains one or more resources separated out to minimize transmission tme.

> If I publish to my 
>disk, I get several files (i.e., a .pr file and a .gif file, in my 
>case).  Is there someway to convert from the multi-file to 
>single-file formats?  

If you look in your Squeaklets folder, you will see a single file version of your project. This is really a zip archive containing the various parts.

>I want to serve from my Computer Music Swiki, 
>but I don't think I can currently publish to an unmodified Comanche 
>Swiki.  I'd like to publish to my disk, and then upload it...which is 
>how I did the one that's there, but I uploaded each piece.  Will 
>there be issues down the road where more than two files get generated?

You could
- try uploading the single file from the Squeaklets folder
- wait till Je77 gets back and adds super swiki to the standard swiki.

Cheers,
Bob



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