[Glass] Failing to load Seaside using tODE

Ezequiel R. Aguerre ezeaguerre at gmail.com
Tue Jan 11 08:35:34 PST 2022

Oh you are right, that was actually a very old PDF. I searched it on google
to find it fast and I guess I saw the "6" and thought it was the 3.6
version. The latest version does mention the ScaledDecimal class and
literals, so I don't know why it doesn't compile.

I've sent the stacktrace in the previous email, is there another way to
share the stack? (maybe with the value of the local variables). I know in
Pharo I can serialize it using Fuel, but I don't know in Gemstone.


Ezequiel R. Aguerre

El mar, 11 ene 2022 a la(s) 12:02, Johan Brichau via Glass (
glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com) escribió:

> On 11 Jan 2022, at 02:28, Ezequiel R. Aguerre via Glass <
> glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com> wrote:
> However, I haven't seen any reference to the ScaledDecimal class or
> support for literals of that type in the programming guide of the latest
> version:
> https://downloads.gemtalksystems.com/docs/GemStone32/6.0.x/GSS-ProgGuide-6.0.pdf
>  and the BNF section near the end of the PDF doesn't seem to support the
> scaled decimal literals…
> Mind that you are referencing the manual of the 32 bit product rather than
> the latest GemStone64 version. What you need is here:
> https://gemtalksystems.com/products/gs64/versions36x/
> It does sound strange what you are experiencing..
> As Dale mentions, the full stack would be helpful.
> Johan
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