More on WASstServerAdaptor and used ports

There are probably a few  questions that you may ask about this problem I just posted about. And I try to answer them here so you may understand better why I ask for an exception (or at least a Warning): Why don't you simply make sure the image is only running once on the server? … Continue reading More on WASstServerAdaptor and used ports

Starting WASstServerAdaptor and handling used ports

[Update: Please be sure tor read this post as well if you're interested in more details on this subject and this one if you want to see what my solution finally looks like] This is a little lesson I learned with my VAST-based Seaside Application on a headless Linux Server that is probably not really … Continue reading Starting WASstServerAdaptor and handling used ports

Die Interaktivität der Smalltalk-Entwicklung im Video

Erst gestern schrieb ich im Zusammenhang mit dem Google Summer Of Code und der Programmiersprache Smalltalk: Smalltalk macht enormen Spass. Die sehr dynamische Umgebung ist sehr motivierend, weil man nicht toten Quelltext pflegt, sondern sich stets direkt im lauffähigen Objektsystem aufhält. Man muss es ausprobiert haben, um das zu verstehen… und just einen Tag später … Continue reading Die Interaktivität der Smalltalk-Entwicklung im Video

Getting jQuery ajax and callbacks to Seaside into the right order

I guess having learned something new is what makes a day a good one. So I've had a good day today. In my Seaside Application, I try to add a few fancy ajax gadgets that use Ajax and do something before and after the actual Ajax call is performed. Especially in the case where you … Continue reading Getting jQuery ajax and callbacks to Seaside into the right order

Erste Eindrücke nach der Verjüngungskur

Nun also ist mein MB Pro 4,1 (early 2008) seit ein paar Tagen mit einer Samsung SSD  ausgerüstet (Dieses Blog berichtete) und die Re-Installation sowie Einrichtung meiner kuscheligen Arbeitsumgebung schreitet voran. Man sieht ab und an mal, dass es mit der Intuitivität (heisst das so???) beim Mac OS nicht immer allzu weit her ist. Wer … Continue reading Erste Eindrücke nach der Verjüngungskur

MacBook Pro – Verjüngungskur

Seit ich auf meinem MacBook Pro 4,1 (early 2008) in einer Windows XP VM auch noch DB2 zu Entwicklungs- und Testzwecken brauche, zeigt sich, dass 5 Jahre offenbar eine ganze Weile sind. Ab und an hatte der Beachball doch mal ein paar Sekunden seinen farbigen Charme versprüht. Nun gibt es natürlich die Möglichkeit, so richtig … Continue reading MacBook Pro – Verjüngungskur

Google’s “Friends help friends recover their hacked site”

This collection of useful links on the Google Developers' Blog is well worth a look. It gives you an idea of what you're up to if somebody chose to use your site as a malware delivery channel: Our new Help for hacked sites series includes articles and 80+ minutes of video to help you, and to help … Continue reading Google’s “Friends help friends recover their hacked site”

How-To: Transfer a DB2 database from a Linux machine to a Windows PC

For debugging reasons I needed to extract a DB2 database from a Linux DB2 server to a development machine running Windows XP. DB2 export database and import database didn't work in this scenario due to some differences between Linux 64 bits and Windows 32 bits. So I was out of luck with this endeavor (which … Continue reading How-To: Transfer a DB2 database from a Linux machine to a Windows PC

Are we Smalltalkers missing the mobile trend?

This might be an interesting detail for all people involved in Smalltalk environments that run on Android and/or iOS. Among the top 10 search terms used in 2012 to find  my blog there were "smalltalk android" and "smalltalk ipad". And in fact, almost every day I check my blog statistics, and these terms or variations … Continue reading Are we Smalltalkers missing the mobile trend?