[Question] Learning Pier .... working with the wiki model
girba at iam.unibe.ch
Sat Oct 4 17:40:27 MEST 2008
For a detailed example of setting up a Pier instance, take a look at
PRDistribution from the Pier-Setup package. This class is the one that
creates the Pier that comes with the distribution.
To create the Pier distribution you should call:
PRDistribution new register.
On Oct 4, 2008, at 3:39 PM, Lukas Renggli wrote:
>> 1) What are the proper ways to construct a pier model: MyPierModel
> Normally you just do that from the web, not from a workspace. There
> are only very few things (probably none of which you care at the
> beginning) that are not accessible from the web browser.
>> 2) In the Morphic world menu there is an entry 'Pier Browser' which
>> opens an
>> OmniBrowser variant to browse and edit Pier models. When I open it
>> it shows
>> a model called 'Pier' which is the model of the pier application
>> What do I need to do if I want to browse the above mentioned model
> The morphic 'Pier Browser' shows all the registered kernels from
> PRKernel instances
> See the protocol on the class side of PRKernel on how to manage these.
>> And a question related to this: How can I replace the 'Pier' model
>> http://localhost:8080/seaside/pier with MyPierModel?
>> Thank you for the answers in advance.
> The Seaside Configuration interface has a drop-down box that lists all
> the registered kernels.
> Moreover you can assign any kernel to a Seaside entry point by
> evaluating something like:
> PRPierFrame registerAsApplication: 'foo' kernel: MyPierModel
> Lukas Renggli
> SmallWiki, Magritte, Pier and Related Tools ...
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