|Subject:||Re: [Help-smalltalk] [ANN] a new lightweight web framework for GST|
|Date:||Fri, 19 Jun 2009 13:39:17 +0200|
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Hi Nicolas,I'm sorry, but I think that I miss something in my code. Even with the index-method in the right category, I couldn't reach my "application" (big word for a 5-liner ;-) through http://localhost:7777/urpics.
In seaside for instance, I have to do additionally a: #registerAsApplication and I would think, that I miss something here.
Only with loading the classes into the vm, while swazoo is running, could that be all...? (I don't think so...)
Regards, Joachim.P.S.: I could help, writing something like a small tutorial (if you'd like), but I have to understand a bit more of it first.
Nicolas Petton schrieb:
Hi Joachim, Your application is in fact running. You don't have to do anything to make your application available, as long as it has a path. The problem you encounter is that your application dispatchs the request, but return a 404 error, because there is no view method in your application. The #index method should be the default view method, but its category isn't 'views', so it isn't. This may look a bit odd, but take a look at Iliad.Application class >> selectorFilter and #defaultSelectorFilter, you may understand it better. By default, only methods in the 'views' protocol can be used as viewmethods, so the fix here is very simple:index [ <category: 'views'> ^[:e | e add: UnknownHome new build] ] If you want, you can supply your own selectorFilter block and override #dispatchOverride (see #dispatch method comment for more infos). HTH, Nico
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