FTR, repoze.what-pylons users (includes TG2 users) have nothing to worry 
about.

On Thursday March 5, 2009 18:38:36 Gustavo Narea wrote:
> Hello, everybody.
>
> I just released repoze.what v1.0.6, a minor release which fixes a issue in
> the deprecated repoze.what.authorize.check_authorization() function
> (predicates were not correctly evaluated if the __nonzero__ method was
> defined), as reported by Michael Brickenstein.
>
> Note that it's a minor issue, since the following (unlikely) conditions
> must be met:
>  1.- You're using that function directly, *and*,
>  2.- You monkey-patched the base Predicate class to add the __nonzero__
> method (that's error-prone and you should be prepared for side effects in
> your application anyway).
>
> If *both* conditions are met, you should upgrade now:
>     easy_install -U repoze.what
>
> If not, there's nothing to worry about. :)
>
> Cheers,

-- 
Gustavo Narea <http://gustavonarea.net/>.

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