[squeak-dev] Seaside 64-bit
brasspen at gmail.com
Fri Aug 7 01:01:40 UTC 2015
Not that I don’t think I’m a genius and everything, but are you sure that’s what you want to do? The quick load now installs Seaside2.8, which I think is great, but may not be what everybody wants. I’m guessing the conventional thinking would be that the first Seaside people encounter ought to be Seaside3. You may want to ask Tobias Pape (cc’d above) about this and about Seaside3 Metacello scripts. If he could add a server with an adaptor subclass to this Metacello script , that may be what you want. I’m not partial to Seaside3, but you may be, and the Seaside community may be, happier with their latest, best work, as opposed to my personal preferences. (Added to which I’m using Seaside2.8 in a quest to emulate some work by netstyle.ch related to systemd.)
(Smalltalk at: #ConfigurationOfMetacello) perform: #load.
(Smalltalk at: #ConfigurationOfSeaside3) load.
>Thank you for your note.
>I have updated the quick install script on the Projects page accordingly:
>On Thu, Aug 6, 2015 at 1:06 AM Chris Cunnington <brasspen at gmail.com <http://lists.squeakfoundation.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/squeak-dev>> wrote:
> This is a script to load Seaside2.8 into 64-bit Squeak (and will work on
> 32-bit as I just did on the 4.6 All-In-One). The Projects page has a
> Seaside3 Metacello script which I find incomplete as it includes no server,
> no subclass of the Seaside adaptor class and does not present the server
> control panel on the World or in the menu.
> Installer ss
> project: 'KomHttpServer';
> install: 'KomServices-lr.21';
> install: 'DynamicBindings-lr.1';
> install: 'KomHttpServer-DwightManhertz.67'.
> (Installer ss3)
> project: 'SeasideLemon';
> install: 'Seaside2'.
> WAKom start: 9666
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