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Tres Seaver wrote:
> I just released version 0.3 of repoze.urispace today, adding the
> "generic middleware" feature I had meant to have there all along.  I
> would therefore like to rip out the bit of repoze.dvselect which holds
> its own "urispace" parser, and instead expect that repoze.urispace has
> already put the 'theme' and 'rules' assertions into the WSGI environment.
> 
> Apps using dvselect would need to add another middleware layer, but
> shouldn't need any more dependencies.  Given that it was never released
> anyway, I hope that wouldn't be too big a deal:  in return for releasing
> it, I break your apps. ;)  Once you have upgraded to repoze.urispace 0.3
> and repoze.dvselect 0.1, your pipeline would change from::
> 
>  [filter:dvselect]
>  use = egg:repoze.dvselect#main
>  urispace = %{here}s/urispace.xml
> 
>  [pipeline:main]
>  pipeline =
>    dvselect
>    your_app
> 
> to::
> 
>  [filter:urispace]
>  use = egg:repoze.dvselect#main
>  urispace = %{here}s/urispace.xml
> 
>  [filter:dvselect]
>  use = egg:repoze.dvselect#main
> 
>  [pipeline:main]
>  pipeline =
>    urispace
>    dvselect
>    your_app
> 
> The added benefit is that you will be able to use the URISpace
> assertions for multiple purposes (e.g., perhaps to configure both
> dec-sec and deliverance).

I have just released repoze.dvselect 0.1 to PyPI, with the changes I
proposed (uses assertions set by "upstream" repoze.urispace).

Enjoy!


Tres.
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Palladion Software   "Excellence by Design"    http://palladion.com
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