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Re: [Help-smalltalk] Swazoo, Seaside and gst

From: nico
Subject: Re: [Help-smalltalk] Swazoo, Seaside and gst
Date: Sat, 07 Feb 2009 16:47:37 +0100

I finally found a way to see the backtrace!

gst-remote -I --server --start=Seaside

Now gst doesn't crash and show the error :)
(BTW, what's the difference with starting seaside by hand? Why doesn't
it crash now?)

So, there was a very small bug in SwazooBuffer, see the attached patch.
The Seaside multiform functional test still doesn't work (the response
doesn't have _s and _k fields) but at least it doesn't crash.

I'll try to see what's the problem now :)



Le samedi 07 février 2009 à 15:43 +0100, Paolo Bonzini a écrit :
> > From my point of view (a squeaker ;)) one strange thing is that
adding a
> > halt at any place of a request processing in Swazoo makes gst crash.
> I don't know... Does it spit out a backtrace?
> > Is there a reason for this? What is the best way to debug it then?
> printNl works great. :-)
> > I also saw that seaside request processing runs inside an exception
> > block.
> That's the same as upstream Seaside, I didn't change anything.
> Paolo

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