2009/7/8 Maciek Starzyk <mstar...@gmail.com>: > So this looks like either a documentation problem, or a bug in the code.
This is a bug; I will look into it. > 2. Attributes of a repeat variable in the examples are used without > parentheses at the end (like "repeat.item.number"), while the docs say: > """With the exception of start, end, and index, all of the attributes of a > repeat variable are methods and must be called explicitly, e.g. > repeat['item'].length().""" > In fact, when the parens are skipped, then the method name is displayed in > the rendered page, something like: This is a carry-over documentation bug from when the documentation was written for the z3c.pt package, which has a different default expression type (not Python). > Please look into that, I can file a bug report if needed. This'll work as a report; I'll look into both issues when I get back in the weekend. Thanks, \malthe _______________________________________________ Repoze-dev mailing list Repozeemail@example.com http://lists.repoze.org/listinfo/repoze-dev