[Squeakland] Setting Up a Server to Handle Squeak Projects
milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca
Thu Jun 1 00:11:23 PDT 2006
On 2006 May 30 10:23, Miguel At Squeakland wrote:
> Hello all,
> The URL noted in the last entry to this thread doesn't exist at
> all. Please let me know where the dead link resides and I will correct.
> The detection process is automatic and kicks in when the Download
> Squeak link is used.
> Thanks in advance for the help finding the dead link.
If you go to this page:
and do "view source", there is this code:
<p class="comicheader">Proceed to<br>
<a href="../detect.html">download the Plugin</a></p>
#1) The first "../detect.html" resolves to:
exists and works (well at least on Linux/konqueror as the browser detection
probably plays a role?)
#2) The second
does not exist. So I think you need to change this page (may be other places
Hope this helps, Milan
> Miguel Perez
> At 11:28 AM 5/29/2006, you wrote:
> >Milan Zimmermann wrote:
> >>>2. Will detection of the plugin be semi-automatic? I.e., if a user
> >>>without the plugin tries to download a Squeak project, will he get an
> >>>error, an ugly binary dump or something meaningful?
> >> >From what I remember, in the life without the plugin in all my
> >> browsers, if
> >>done "correctly" it will redirect user to the site where to find the
> >> plugin. If you use the simple version on top, it will do it right.
> >when visiting this URI:
> >queakland.org/plugin/detect/detectinstaller.html and clicking on the page
> > area of the missing plugin, the "Manual
> >Install" points to a non-existent page. This error is received:
> >Not Found
> >The requested URL /plugin/detect/detectinstaller.html was not found
> >on this server.
> >"download the plugin" link works, though.
> >(I've copied the squeakland ml so they'll know the error at the web page)
> >Squeakland mailing list
> >Squeakland at squeakland.org
> All the best,
> Miguel Perez
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