[Glass] Anyone did a WABrowser for GemStone?

Dale Henrichs via Glass glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Tue Mar 1 17:36:48 PST 2016

On 03/01/2016 05:01 PM, Mariano Martinez Peck wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 8:05 PM, Dale Henrichs via Glass 
> <glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com 
> <mailto:glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com>> wrote:
>     There was one in Seaside2.8, but it wasn't ported from Seaside2.8
>     to Seaside3.0 ... The class Browser is still in the system:)
> OK...Great. Thanks Dale. I will see if I have some cycles at some 
> point to give it a try.
>     It's been missing for quite awhile and noone has asked about it
>     until now:)
> It would be a nice addition to have :)
> BTW, I thought I may be able to re-vive some of your old web-based 
> tODE (yes, I even watch your conference talks showing web based tODE 
> hahahha), but it seems does not the case, is it?
Well the web-based tode was a completely different API ... I carried a 
number of the ideas and things that I learned from that, but also a lot 
has shanged ...

The difficult part for doing a web-based tode is the debugger, 
especially if you end up putting a halt in the Seaside code :) ... There 
are additional issues, but I think in 3.3 a number of the problems with 
"debugging GemStone from within the same GemStone vm" have been 
addressed ...

I've always thought that a way around that would be to run the Seaside 
client for tODE in a pharo image --- instead of routing things to 
Morphic windows, things could be routed to Seaside components ... there 
are a couple of tricky bits going this route --- if you are interested 
in debugging a running Seaside server using this technique --- but I 
think that with a Seaside app in the loop, it might be pretty cool ...


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