is there any photo gallery available for Pier? I mean a widget where I
could upload pictures and they are rendered in a nice way. I started
one 4 years ago but I abandoned it.
I and a collegue are building a "form engine portal"-kinda-thingie and
we are using Seaside3.0 and Magritte. The goal is to create a "standard"
for describing wizard-like-forms and then to use Magritte to create a
good looking "engine" for these wizards.
Now, as I can see it seems that Magritte has no notion of "pages" as in
a wizard or anything wizard-like, right? So my current conclusion is
that it would be best for us to create the Wizard component that uses a
dynamically generated Magritte component for each "page", seems reasonable?
Secondly, how hard is it - or can Magritte already use say JQuery to do
"immediate" validation etc on fields? We need to be a biz snazzy here
and make it look good so I want to be able to do validation when the
user moves focus from a field etc.
Anyway, it is fun to get into Magritte (last time I looked it was
slightly immature and we opted to build our own "similar" thing in
Gjallar instead of reusing Magritte) - but could someone point to more
good examples perhaps? The unit tests are written in an ... "economic"
style which doesn't leave them as easily digested examples IMHO. ;)
when I include an image into my pier page, I don't find the point in
time where I may set the size of the image in the browser. I'm looking
for something like the Wikipedia [[Image:wiki.png|30 px|Wikipedia
Encyclopedia]], which woul dinclude the image wiki.png in 30 px size.
Tel: +41 076 235 8683
2009/7/31 Mariano Martinez Peck <marianopeck(a)gmail.com>
> On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 11:35 PM, John McKeon <p3anoman(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Mariano!
>> Try using the Browse command.
> As always, John giving me the light ;)
> Yeah!!! That did the trick. As I cannot go to that file, I went to the
> parent and used the browse command and all the childs were also listed. Then
> I selected the child (the file I wanted to remove) and I removed!!!
Yes, that works. But the problem is still there: unable to manage files
(pictures for example) like other ('usual') components. The picture is just
rendered as is, without any Pier tools around. How can I fix this?
I had a problem with updates of css files in Pier (using the
pharo-1.0-10491-rc1web09.10.5 image). My updates were ignored.
After some debugging I found out that the the cause of the problem was that
two different MAExternalFileModel instances compared equal. They were both
called 'style.css' but they had a different location. The location was not
checked in the equals method. After adding the following equals method to
MAExternalFileMethod everything worked fine:
^super = anObject and: [ self location = anObject location ]
I like the seaside book at http://book.seaside.st. Now I am trying to
find out how to use Pier for doing something similar myself (i.e.
going from a wiki to a book).
I saw the Pier-Book addon and loaded it from the repository:
http://source.lukas-renggli.ch/pieraddons. Now I can add a Book (and
chapters etc) to my Pier site, fine. When I click on the LaTeX link, I
I saw no implementer, found nothing on google, either. I am using the
current Pharo image with pier already installed.
Where do I get that method?
I just announced a first (alpha-ish) release of Pier for VA Smalltalk:
It uses Grease, the same portability layer as Seaside 3.0a5 so may
prove fairly straightforward to move onto other platforms that already
support Seaside. There's still plenty of cleanup required though,