Well, I sent this here mostly because the decision to use repoze.zope2 in the
trunk is defacto currently (made by Hanno). There's no PLIP for WSGI support in
Plone 4. So this is mostly a heads up to the framework team about the scope of
the differences, so they can judge the amount of work required to make a
Martin Aspeli wrote:
> We should probably send this to the plone-developers list rather than
> the framework team list... Sorry, not on my computer now so can't do
> this efficiently, but the discussion belongs there.
> And thanks! :)
> 2008/12/19 Chris McDonough <chr...@plope.com>:
>> Hi folks,
>> I was encouraged to write down the main differences between the "stock" Zope2
>> publisher and the publisher that is inside repoze.zope2 (which is in use by
>> current Plone trunk).
>> - Conflict error retry management is moved out into WSGI middleware
>> - Trace (-M) logging is moved out into WSGI middleware (see repoze.debug).
>> - Access (apache-style) logging is moved out into WSGI middleware (see
>> - Transaction management is moved out into WSGI middleware (see repoze.tm).
>> - Top-level exception handling is moved out into WSGI middleware (cgitb
>> or evalerror)
>> - Logging exceptions to the console is now performed by middleware
>> - An alternate spelling for virtual hosting is supported (no
>> VirtualHostMonster needed). See
>> Note that traditional virtual hosting still works, however, as well.
>> - You can return any iterable to the publisher (such as a file), and it will
>> be treated as the response.
>> Some fallout from these differences:
>> Some "advanced" stuff is configurable via the paste.ini file, such as the
>> publisher output encoding ("encoding"), the Zope root object name
>> and whether or not we try to do a redirect for a browser default
>> ("browser_default_redirects"). These are set to the least surprising
>> options by
>> "standard_error_message" will not work because the publisher no longer acts
>> the top-level error handler. A "pretty" exception handler will need to be
>> plugged in as WSGI middleware.
>> The "error_log" object will not work. Use zope.errorlog instead (visit
>> /__error_log__ in the browser).
>> No testing has been done with "IStreamIterator" objects. These may or may
>> work. If they don't work, it's trivial to make them work.
>> The most recent version of repoze.zope2 is 1.0 available from
>> http://dist.repoze.org/zope2/latest/. The subversion repository is
>> http://svn.repoze.org/repoze.zope2/trunk/ .
>> I'll be happy to help with any porting problems / questions.
>> - C
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