[lively-kernel] How to make seaside serve LK?

Lawson English lenglish5 at cox.net
Sat Jun 26 13:57:57 CEST 2010

On 6/26/10 3:47 AM, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> On 26.06.2010, at 09:54, Lawson English wrote:
>> The title says it all. It seems perfectly doable on its face, but I'm
>> not sure how to get started.
>  From the server's point of view, LK is just a bunch of files. They get downloaded when running LK, and uploaded when saving. You can use Seaside to serve them, sure, but it's overkill.
Thanks. I was pretty sure that was the case, but not positive. The idea 
(for now) is to create a standalone, one-click seaside server with LK 
interface that I can use to experiment with Second Life interfacing 
without having to do much by way of widget creation. The scriptali.us 
controls often seem  not to work as I'd like, and I am hoping that 
localhost-served LK will provide an easy way to create control panels 

> You should figure out first what you want the Seaside app to do. For regular LK, all the logic is performed client-side. You do not need complex server-side logic, which is what Seaside is good at. A "dumb" server is totally sufficient.
Sure, but the logic would come from the messages passed back to the 
server, as always.

> If you want to learn how to serve files using Seaside, that has nothing to do with LK itself. So please ask on the Seaside mailing list, not here.
Thanks for your response.


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