Lukas Renggli <renggli(a)iam.unibe.ch> writes:
thanks for your efforts merging the versions. I know about all the
pain of having different versions from SqueakSource :-/
Yes, snif... It seems that forking is a fractal phenomena ;-)
> - the visual works one.
I stopped working on SmallWiki 1 in Summer 2004, so the most recent
code from myself is version 0.9.51 on Cincom Public Store. Afterwards
I didn't touch that code anymore because I started with SmallWiki 2
(now called Pier).
> - the squeak port done by Chris Bukert
> - the seaside stable image used for squeak.org
The seaside image is basically the port of Chris Bukert, but we fixed
a few things directly in there. I don't remember exactly, but I think
the changes we made are now in the current Squeak port.
I'm not sure, my latest attempt to merge the first port with the
seaside image gives a lot of differences. I have to see further to
figure out what is going on...
> And is the seaside version based on the Chris port ? I guess so,
> it seems that there is a lot of changes, no ?
What Seaside versions are you talking about?
The website seaside image, which is basically the same than
* If you are talking about TinyWiki or PicoWiki, these are basically
rip-offs taking the parser and the document representation of
SmallWiki 1 and plugging that into a Seaside component. These are
just small sub-sets of SmallWiki 1, as their name says.
Interesting, I didn't know the existence of these wikis, they would be
a good starting point to have a tiny smallwiki kernel, and work from
that point : where are tinywiki and picowiki ? What are the
differences between these wikis ?
* SmallWiki 2 / Pier is a complete rewrite from scratch. Most (if not
all) parts are very different. From design point of view probably
only the document representation didn't change much. It should be
quite easy to port back, but I guess there are not that many new
features that it is worth the hassle.
Ok, thanks for these informations !