Martijn Faassen wrote:
> Chris McDonough wrote:
>> It's unlike Grok inasmuch as:
>> - It doesn't try to hide ZCML for configuration.
> Hiding is the wrong word. Grok doesn't hide ZCML for configuration. It
> simply replaces ZCML with a different configuration mechanism that I for
> one think is an improvement. One that you could easily start using with
> grokcore.component, I may add. You can mix and match with ZCML-based
> configuration as you please.
Thanks for the clarification.
> That brings me to another difference with Grok: your framework is also
> unlike Grok inasmuch it's incompatible with Zope 3, correct?
Correct, if you're talking about using the Z3 publisher, although repoze.bfg is
based on zope.component and zope.interface internally.
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