one small problem: I want to set a style sheet file in the directory
where squeak runs (the image is). But obviously I can not give a
relative path for importing a stylesheet (like @import
The problem is, in the squeak port of SmallWiki it doesn't work to use
a SWResource (which should work according to FAQ).
I don't know about the squeak port, but I thought this problem was
fixed a long time ago.
Any other possibilities to get it work ?
There are several possibilities that come into my mind:
- put the css onto a different web-server and import it with the full
- use Apache as a proxy to SmallWiki and add a rewrite rule to serve
the css from Apache itself
- write an action that simply returns your css
html nextPutAll: '*your-stylesheet*'
and include it using
@import "./?action= MyStylesheetAction"
- use the following
On Dec 15, 2003, at 14:44, Hannes Hirzel wrote:
Thank you that you will look into this. From my perception the bug is
in the method I mentioned above. For the wiki I set up I use the
following a crude workaround
1) in SWResourceEdit>>#data:mime
I comment out the setting of the mime type
(it would set it to nil which I don't want)
2) in SWResourceEdit>>renderFields
html tableData: [html textInputWithValue: self mime callback: #mime: ]]
So I have the user to input the mime type manually in a text field.
For the moment I think this is fine. I was not able to find the bug
and to fix it along the lines of the original design.
- or even better: write a fix for the SWResource bug ;)
Hope this helps,