bert at impara.de
Wed Jun 14 02:35:13 PDT 2006
Am 14.06.2006 um 01:17 schrieb Brad Fuller:
> Hi all,
> Is it right to assume that the "project.jsp" code creates an html file
> for the downloading of a .pr project?
Yes - it simply provides the HTML tags to embed the Squeak plugin on
the page at the right size.
> Is the "project.jsp" code available?
It used to be a complex JSP program customizing the HTML to the
various browser's request.
Nowadays it just serves the same HTML to everyone, simply replacing
the "src" parameters with the project URL. What you see as HTML
source in your browser is quite literally the template in that simple
CGI script (we just retained the "project.jsp" name to not break
older URLs). No magic in there.
> I'm in the process of looking through the npsqueak plugin code and I'd
> like to see the client side too.
I guess you meant to write "server side"? There is nothing special
whatsoever, it's simple HTML, could as well be static (like my plugin
- Bert -
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