jens.lincke at hpi.uni-potsdam.de
Wed Dec 15 11:37:46 CET 2010
the repair page is a link to a special page in the wiki from which you have external access to the svn history of the page.
for our WebWerkstatt wiki it is: http://www.lively-kernel.org/repository/webwerkstatt/BrokenWorldRepairSite.xhtml
If you don't want to work (for example out of performance reasons) on our wiki, you have to set up one yourself:
It seems that you have a basic setup already, the wiki functionality comes with using an svn dav:
My personal config is:
LoadModule authz_svn_module /usr/libexec/apache2/mod_authz_svn.so
Allow from All
To the bug you have:
It seems that you have created your own objects and classes (as you should) but the deserializer could not handle them correctly.
If you want to play around with Morphs and add simple methods you can use the "addScript" method for adding instance specific behavior.
If you want to create your own classes you can do the with the Local code Browser for page specific classes and code.
Or you can use the System code browser for editing modules.
You can create your own modules in the System Browser
I hope this could help you a bit.
On 15.12.2010, at 05:59, Chip Nowacek wrote:
> I am starting up a company which is built upon a model that describes the complexity of human relationships. In this very early stage, I need, through the browser, to enable others to visually navigate the model while allowing them to populate it as they go. They will be guided in their journey by an expert system tuned to a domain of their choice.
> I have installed the Lively Kernel and have been playing with it - I'd really like to get it to work. I can get the standard "world" to load and from there modify it and save it. When it comes time to reload it, however, I run into trouble (image below). The repair page link gives me a 404. Any clues? Thank you.
> lively-kernel mailing list
> lively-kernel at hpi.uni-potsdam.de
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the lively-kernel