After downloading the one-click experience from the seaside.st site I wanted to make a developer image myself. I chose to write down my experienc, cause I had to find some stuff on the web which isn’t obvious to everyone.
What I did on my Windows platform:
- Load the pharo win32 setup from http://gforge.inria.fr/frs/?group_id=1299
Look under the “Pharo Win32 Setup” section. Select the most recent version.
- Install the pharo image, it will start when you don’t uncheck the box run pharo in the end.
Shows up as follows:
- Now you can update the pharo image: press left mouse button, select from the menu: Tools -> Transcript
Type in the transcript :
Utilities updateFromServerselect it and press alt-d(o it). (also referred to as: evaluate <code>)
After a while it will finish and you are up to date with your Pharo image.
- How to get seaside loaded into the image correctly?
In the Transcript evaluate
First I strolled around at http://www.seaside.st/download/squeak, but this lead only to older versions of Seaside (2.8.*) while I was looking for Seaside 2.9.*
I found a mail thread on the web saying you should evaluate ScriptLoader loadSeaside30 in a workspace and Pharo will load seaside3.0 alpha. Neat !
- After the Seaside control panel shows up, right click on its top panel and add an adaptor. Choose a port (8080 is default) and press start, make sure you selected the adaptor before pressing start.
When the adaptor finishes starting, open a webbrowser and enter http://localhost:8080/seaside. You should be seeing something like
I hope this little walkthrough is helpful if you would like to setup your own Pharo with Seaside development environment.