[aida] A little GUI app to start/stop Scribo, any takers?
j.squeak at cyberhaus.us
Tue Oct 28 18:15:04 CET 2008
I just had a thought.
What if we simply put an always running AIDA/Scribo admin web page on an
uncommon port. This way if the setup is running headless or on another
machine an admin page can be always available to start and stop
AIDA/Scribo sites and apps as desired.
This admin should always be on and running and independent of any other
AIDA/Scribo site or app. It should be aware of all AIDA/Scribo sites and
apps that are installed or available to be installed and configured.
This way the UI is put into skill set of those who use and develop
AIDA/Scribo and would also be available to any of the Smalltalks running
AIDA/Scribo. It could be built to handle any and all website
administration, installation, configuration, etc. functionality the
Just wanted to put that out there.
Germán Arduino wrote:
> Not much time, however I talked something with Nico and he told me
> that should be better to avoid using any framework (I was thinking in
> use EasyMorphicGUI or even MCTool).
> Then I found some free minutes, and tried to build something with pure
> morphic, and I have something like the screen attached. Not work yet,
> but is only and idea, to know if may be useful or not.
> Let me know.
> 2008/10/5 Janko Mivšek <janko.mivsek at eranova.si>:
>> Dear all,
>> For forthcoming Scribo one-click image to be as easy as possible for
>> newcomers and non Smalltalkers we need to build a small GUI app for
>> start and stop of Scribo.
>> Anyone volunteering for that really simple Squeak Morphic app?
>> I see this app in a small window, with:
>> 1. Scribo logo at the top
>> 2. two buttons: Start, Stop, one is obviously grayed and disabled.
>> 3. aidademo running at http://localhost:8888
>> (this line is written from AIDASite data, one line for each
>> AIDASite present. See SwazooServer singleton sites)
>> 4. class name: ScriboStartup (or osmething like that)
>> That's it? Isn't really simple :)
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