> This would stop using the VM for seaside/web apps
> running as a service on a windows machines.
> I know most people use linux for server apps,
> but it was always nice to run a local squeaksource server
> as a service - which is now not possible with the latest
> Are you at least able to confirm that it is
If someone could tell me how to run VM as service, i may check.
As a side note:
you can run a VM as a standalone app, with seaside server. So what you losing?
>From very starting, when they appear, i consider services as an
unnecessary and complex solution for resident applications.
Once, i had to build a service-based app, and found that service API
is very fragile and stubborn. For instance, when my application
crashed, while running as service, a system still thinks that its
there by displaying wrong information in 'services' tab.