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.
Did I miss an announcement? Does this mean we have a Pier that works
(or nearly works) with Seaside 3?
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I've checked in a couple of changes:
"removed editUser hack from PUSecurityWidget by adding PUEditUser command"
The motivation for this change was that the existing edit user hack was
ignoring the editing environment I wanted to use (see
"added additional stop words"
Hope these work for everyone
When I created the Pier2 configuration I noticed that 'Pier-Pharo-Persistency' has embedded tests that caused a dependency upon 'Pier-Tests-Model'. I seem to remember mentioning it at the time on this list (or maybe someone else commented)...
In Pier1, it appears the Pier-Security and 'Pier-Squeak-Persistency' also has a dependency upon Pier-Tests.
In Pier2, Pier-Security has had the tests broken out separately...
----- "Lukas Renggli" <renggli(a)gmail.com> wrote:
| >>> For now I left the package Pier-Security, Pier-Blog, Pier-Book in
| >>> main repository. These are very big packages and somehow belong to
| >>> core, I thought. But, I am open for discussion.
| >> Pier-Security and Pier-Blog are major components that I plan to
| >> in all my distributions. So, for me, certainly part of the main
| >> Pier-Book is, somehow more specific, although also a major
| > I think security is "core", and a blog and a book are "addons". If
| the addon
| > is big, then it can have its own repository.
| I would like to avoid too many repositories.
| > I only load:
| > package: 'Pier-Core';
| > package: 'Pier-Pharo-Core';
| > package: 'Pier-Model';
| > package: 'Pier-Pharo-Model';
| > package: 'Pier-Tests-Model';
| > package: 'Pier-Seaside';
| > package: 'Pier-Pharo-Seaside';
| > package: 'Pier-Security';
| > package: 'Pier-Pharo-Persistency';
| > package: 'Pier-Tests-Security';
| > so I never even noticed that the addon packages were moved.
| I just moved them 2 hours ago :-)
| > I would like to load the tests separately too. IIRC, there were
| > whose superclass caused a load dependency. Please add me as
| > (initials: yc), and I'll have a look at it.
| What is the problem with the test cases?
| I've added you.
| > --
| > Yanni
| > _______________________________________________
| > Magritte, Pier and Related Tools ...
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| Lukas Renggli
| Magritte, Pier and Related Tools ...
for quite some time I have been experimenting with a Perl implementation of
Magritte. It was great fun and a good way to learn about OO design. I'm not a
professional and there are probably lots of bugs, but the basic things seem to work.
If anyone is intrested and wants to take a look, it can be found here:
Thanks to Lukas for his work!
At 09:07 27/02/2010, Lukas Renggli wrote:
>For now I left the package Pier-Security, Pier-Blog, Pier-Book in the
>main repository. These are very big packages and somehow belong to the
>core, I thought. But, I am open for discussion.
Pier-Security and Pier-Blog are major components that I plan to
integrate in all my distributions. So, for me, certainly part of the
Pier-Book is, somehow more specific, although also a major component.
At 10:25 27/02/2010, Lukas Renggli wrote:
>Load the latest Seaside-Pharo-Tools-Web and the latest RBF server. I
>fixed various minor problems, but it basically worked already before.
Thank you so mush Lukas for having considered so professionally my request!
After the above upgrade, I just had once *VNC Free Edition for
Windows* from RealVNC rendering correctly my image display via
"localhost:0". But no interaction was possible, and my image was again frozen.
Now, I'm moving my image to my experimental Linux / Debian / Apache
2.2 / Firewall server, and will give you feedback asap.
I'm getting trouble to connect to a remote image using RealVNC. I get
a "Connection time out" error message.
The configuration is:
- PharoCore1.0rc1 (Latest update: #10505)
+ Seaside 3
+ Pier 2
+ RFB-lr.13 from
I successfully launch RFBServer thanks to Seaside VNC Controller, and
Pier continues serving in spite of that connection failure.
However, I tried to connect to a local image using "localhost:0", but
I get "Unknown rect encoding". If I ask RealVNC to retry connecting,
my image freezes. Its the same after upgrading to *RFB-DamienCassou.28*.
I'd greatly appreciate any feedback on this issue.
Thank you in advance,
I've slightly reorganized the repositories for Pier and Magritte 2, as
it was discussed in the thread with the subject "PRTagCloudWidget and
The codebase of Pier and Magritte for Seaside 3.0 is located at:
Magritte 2: http://source.lukas-renggli.ch/magritte2
Pier 2: http://source.lukas-renggli.ch/pier2
Both repositories are readable by public, to write you have to be
added to the developers though. Just drop a mail to the list if you
want to commit something and we will add you.
Pier 2 Addons: http://source.lukas-renggli.ch/pier2addons
Furthermore I created a public repository for the numerous Pier
plugins that already exist and that (hopefully) will continue to grow.
Read and write on that repository does not require any registration.
Feel free to post your extensions there.
@Reza: I tried to move your commit that wraps widgets into commands to
the plugin folder, but there seems to be problems because the package
name contains spaces. Monticello wouldn't even load that package.
Could you please recommit the package without spaces?