I just need to clean everything up and then will post the bulk of it
up for anyone to
peruse/use if they want. All the Lily/Pump content type won't be much
use to anyone other than by way of example.
The site has a mix of traversable content - ie full traverse path with
folder like object etc...
and some non traversable content - ie it has no explicit parent but I
have a queryview object which is a bit like a collection in Plone that
does gql queries (persistent query definition) which can be edited as
content, that finds the non-traversable content and then sticks
them as a child of the query so they appear traversable. (so objects
can appear all over the place - like collections) works quite well as
long you can deal with the limited queries and predefine the indexes.
formish has worked quite well for me too. They guys have who wrote it
have been very responsive. And formish works quite well using
interfaces and zope.component binding
schemish schemas to interfaces so I only need a single add an edit
view for all the content types.
I have also defined a simple Action content type that is similiar to
Plone Actions but simpler so I can quickly define non content header
tabs and admin menus.
I will let you know as soon as its up somwhere.
On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 11:38 AM, Reed O'Brien<r...@reedobrien.com> wrote:
> On Jul 6, 2009, at 11:13 PM, Tim Hoffman wrote:
>> Hi Chris
>> Thats awesome I think the docs story is getting really good for repoze
>> and I personally think repoze.bfg is a good solution on app engine.
>> For those interested here is the site (svfalf.appspot.com) that I have
>> been working on for the last few weeks. There is still new content
>> going in and there a still a tweaks to be done, it will be a week or
>> so before it replaces the original site (www.fishandlily.com.au).
>> But it is a repoze.bfg site running on google app engine. I am using
>> zpt (metal macros), form generation is using io.formish (though you
>> won't get to see that stuff on the site) . Its basically a very simple
>> CMS that I have put together (which I will clean up once we go live
>> for people to pull apart ;-).
>> The site isn't going to set the world on fire but it is dynamic (we
>> have a lot of water lily info that changes during the course of the
>> year which we don't want to have to edit all the time)
>> its for our small business (that is very non IT based).
> Looks great. I'd love to see your code, particularly the DB and formish
> parts...or really all of it.
> I should really read the appengine docs one day.
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