On Fri, 2009-08-28 at 13:43 -0400, Chris McDonough wrote:
> The bfg "repoze.bfg.router.make_app", used by most application paster entry
> point functions, returns a Router object. This is just a fancy WSGI
> application. Call make_app from within Pylons to get a WSGI app, serve that
> WSGI app via some Pylons controller.
> Other than that, with respect to application model-agnosticism, I don't
> understand the pattern, nor what you're trying to achieve. But you can use
> paths in configure.zcml (e.g. rather than ".model.foo", use
Thanks Chris. What I'm wondering is how my call to make_app knows to
parse and use my configure.zcml(s). From the test example it looks like
I just need to do:
Thought I'm not sure where this should be done. Once at the top project
> - C
> On 8/28/09 12:59 PM, Iain Duncan wrote:
> > ( apologies if this is a duplicate, it doesn't seem to have made it to
> > me through the list so resending )
> > Hi folks, I have a bfg app that makes a crud controller, where objects
> > from the model package get attached through configure.zcml. This
> > achieves my purpose of having the application completely unaware of the
> > model. I want to use this app as a wsgi callable in another app ( a
> > pylons project ), but I'm stuck on a few things with my limited wsgi
> > knowledge:
> > - I understand that run:app provides the paster entry point, but how
> > would I import my whole app into another python app?
> > - I want my model to be installable as a separate, framework agnostic,
> > sqlalchemy model, that only needs to import interfaces from the crud
> > apps interfaces module
> > - configure.zcml hooks things up right now with calls like:
> > <utility
> > provides=".model.pet.IPet"
> > component=".model.pet.Pet"
> > name="pet"
> > />
> > <adapter
> > factory=".model.pet.PetFields"
> > for=".model.pet.IPet .interfaces.IActionView
> > repoze.bfg.interfaces.IRequest" />
> > But I'm at a loss as to how I make this app know to look in a
> > configure.zcml file in the model package without touching the stuff in
> > the app itself?
> > Thanks!
> > Iain
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