[Repoze-dev] Attn Chris Shenton, your fax was blank

2008-03-19 Thread Paul Everitt
Hi Chris. Thanks for the fax, but it came through as a big ol' pile of whiteness. Can you resend? --Paul ___ Repoze-dev mailing list Repoze-dev@lists.repoze.org http://lists.repoze.org/listinfo/repoze-dev

[Repoze-dev] [issue31] New blog backend

2008-04-04 Thread Paul Everitt
Paul Everitt [EMAIL PROTECTED] added the comment: We could get commenting with, probably, 2 hours of work on pyxblosxom. On the former, is Plone 3 enough? Martin Aspelli, for example, seems to have a decent-enough blog. I suspect that the repoze.org blog isn't something that we want

Re: [Repoze-dev] Keeping pages out of deliverance's hands

2008-04-12 Thread Paul Everitt
Tom Lazar wrote: On 2008-03-12 14:58:14 +0100, Tres Seaver [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Reinout van Rees wrote: Paul Everitt schreef: Tres made a urienv branch for Deliverance that allows you to put a middleware step in front of Deliverance

Re: [Repoze-dev] repoze.bfg

2008-07-16 Thread Paul Everitt
Chris McDonough wrote: It's unlike Grok inasmuch as: - It doesn't try to hide ZCML for configuration. I think I'd add to this that it uses the world of WSGI as the starting point, leveraging WebOb for request/response, FormEncode, Paste, etc. There are initiatives in the world of

Re: [Repoze-dev] repoze.bfg

2008-07-16 Thread Paul Everitt
On Jul 16, 2008, at 12:17 PM, Chris McDonough wrote: Looks like the wsgi community is getting very hot this summer, I can't wait to see what the next months will bring! :) Maybe RumBFG? Rumble? --Paul ___ Repoze-dev mailing list

[Repoze-dev] [Fwd: feedback of mod_wsgi and repoze.grok]

2008-07-29 Thread Paul Everitt
FYI... --Paul ---BeginMessage--- Hello, I tested mod_wsgi and repoze.grok. My main goal is to use it to serve a grokstar instance, but for now grokstar lack an auth functionnality, so I can't use it right now. For now I don't have a rest blog to post my feedback, so I've attached it in .rst

Re: [Repoze-dev] middleware for zope-exceptions

2008-12-09 Thread Paul Everitt
On Dec 9, 2008, at 10:15 AM, Hanno Schlichting wrote: Hi. Tom Gross wrote: is there any repoze-component for catching zope2-exceptions except cgitb which is unsuitable for production environments. omitting cgitb results in a white page which isn't too good eighter. is there a product

Re: [Repoze-dev] bfg zcml directives...

2008-12-20 Thread Paul Everitt
On Dec 20, 2008, at 1:59 PM, Chris McDonough wrote: As a result of messing around with the ZCA + ZCML outside the context of Zope, I've found that it may be possible to significantly reduce the number of egg dependencies of BFG by replacing the code that allows the following ZCML

Re: [Repoze-dev] bfg zcml directives...

2008-12-20 Thread Paul Everitt
On Dec 20, 2008, at 2:12 PM, Chris McDonough wrote: Paul Everitt wrote: On Dec 20, 2008, at 1:59 PM, Chris McDonough wrote: As a result of messing around with the ZCA + ZCML outside the context of Zope, I've found that it may be possible to significantly reduce the number of egg

Re: [Repoze-dev] bfg zcml directives...

2008-12-21 Thread Paul Everitt
Summary: there isn't really a problem, because BFG is not Repoze. People that want the side-effects in BFG can still get them. Everybody wins. On Dec 21, 2008, at 6:06 AM, Martin Aspeli wrote: I realise Plone isn't your main concern here, but this is basically what's going to happen to

Re: [Repoze-dev] bfg zcml directives...

2008-12-21 Thread Paul Everitt
On Dec 21, 2008, at 9:31 AM, Chris McDonough wrote: But one thing won't happen: bfg is not going to live with four inappropriate dependencies forever to service a goal of fidelity. Repoze is the place where we co-habitate with the goals of other projects, such as Zope and Plone. BFG,

Re: [Repoze-dev] bfg zcml directives...

2008-12-21 Thread Paul Everitt
On Dec 21, 2008, at 11:36 AM, Martin Aspeli wrote: Paul Everitt wrote: That seems like a false leap. I freely admit to using hyperbole in my original email to draw out a debate. :-) It does bother me a little, though, that the fix seems to be to fork/re-implement rather than to try

Re: [Repoze-dev] bfg zcml directives...

2008-12-22 Thread Paul Everitt
On Dec 22, 2008, at 6:36 AM, Martin Aspeli wrote: Chris (and Agendaless) is of course free to do whatever he wants with BFG. And as I've shown many times, I'm very supportive of the great work coming out of the Repoze project. However, if Repoze is aiming to bridge the gap between the

Re: [Repoze-dev] bfg zcml directives...

2008-12-22 Thread Paul Everitt
On Dec 22, 2008, at 1:06 PM, Martin Aspeli wrote: Wichert Akkerman wrote: Previously Martin Aspeli wrote: If you want to pull in, say, plone.supermodel (a pure Zope 3 package that should be re-usable and may be useful to BFG if it ever wants to serialise Zope 3 schema interfaces

[Repoze-dev] Anybody going to the Plone Symposium next month at Penn State?

2009-04-24 Thread Paul Everitt
Hi there. Just as an FYI, we're doing a BFG tutorial at the Plone Symposium. Anybody gonna be there? I'm also giving a talk on the big BFG project that we've been working on. --Paul ___ Repoze-dev mailing list Repoze-dev@lists.repoze.org

Re: [Repoze-dev] removing the lxml dependency from bfg

2009-04-27 Thread Paul Everitt
On Apr 26, 2009, at 11:42 PM, Chris McDonough wrote: Malthe Borch just made a release of chameleon.core and chameleon.zpt that removes any dependency on lxml. Woo hoo, thanks Malthe! The benefits of this: it should be possible to install BFG on all systems much more easily and it

Re: [Repoze-dev] removing the lxml dependency from bfg

2009-04-27 Thread Paul Everitt
On Apr 27, 2009, at 1:40 PM, Chris Rossi wrote: On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 1:37 PM, Malthe Borch mbo...@gmail.com wrote: 2009/4/27 Martin Aspeli optilude+li...@gmail.com: I've never once written a web app that didn't need templating, because I've never written one that only responds with

Re: [Repoze-dev] Genshi match templates without ``lxml``

2009-04-28 Thread Paul Everitt
Well, this is pretty doggone interesting. I do worry that the last sentence is pretty optimistic. I wonder, in light of our #repoze discussions about theming, what you think this would mean if the stuff below landed? --Paul On Apr 28, 2009, at 11:41 AM, Malthe Borch wrote: Adressing the

Re: [Repoze-dev] (repoze.bfg) Adding several models

2009-06-04 Thread Paul Everitt
On Jun 4, 2009, at 8:26 AM, Malthe Borch wrote: 2009/6/4 Jonas Melian jo...@mailup.net: Is possible to have several models? If it's so, how are they returned from root? The default object traversal uses the ``__getitem__`` method to traverse to subobjects. These could be instances of other

[Repoze-dev] Q: Anybody using wsgi.file_wrapper and modwsgi?

2009-07-11 Thread Paul Everitt
Hi all. This is a question aimed at the subset of people that might be using modwsgi. The WSGI spec has a concept for file wrappers: http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0333/#optional-platform-specific-file-handling modwsgi has supported this, had some bugs in it, and now seems stable:

Re: [Repoze-dev] Set up a MongoDB with BFG

2010-02-01 Thread Paul Everitt
On Feb 1, 2010, at 12:35 PM, Tres Seaver wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Joan Miller wrote: Does anybody could write a little example about how to set up a MongoDB (through Ming [1]) data store with BFG? This one to be used in TG2 [2] [1]

Re: [Repoze-dev] Typo in the Basic Layout page

2010-02-22 Thread Paul Everitt
Good catch, just checked in a fix. --Paul On Feb 22, 2010, at 2:00 AM, Douglas Cerna wrote: Hey everybody. I'm starting to read the BFG documentation, which is great btw, and I noticed this tiny typo in the Basic Layout page: persistint.mapping.PersistentMapping ^ Douglas ...

Re: [Repoze-dev] static views and @@

2010-06-24 Thread Paul Everitt
On Jun 24, 2010, at 3:34 AM, Wichert Akkerman wrote: On 6/24/10 09:28 , Chris Withers wrote: Hi All, I've registered a static view with: config.add_static_view('static','mypackage:templates/static') Which, if I read the docs, means I should be able to build urls such as:

[Repoze-dev] Chameleon vs. jQuery templating, round one

2010-10-12 Thread Paul Everitt
Hi all. Before this floats out of my brain, I thought I'd write it down and see what people think. In the past few months I've done a bit of client-side templating in jQuery, first using John Resig's microtemplating: http://ejohn.org/blog/javascript-micro-templating/ ...as well as the

Re: [Repoze-dev] Chameleon vs. jQuery templating, round one

2010-10-12 Thread Paul Everitt
, jstemplate=jstemplate) In ZPT: blah blah div tal:replace=structure jstemplate/ blah blah Chris On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 1:40 PM, Paul Everitt p...@agendaless.com wrote: Hi all. Before this floats out of my brain, I thought I'd write it down and see what people think

Re: [Repoze-dev] Chameleon vs. jQuery templating, round one

2010-10-13 Thread Paul Everitt
On Oct 13, 2010, at 3:39 AM, Malthe Borch wrote: On 12 October 2010 13:40, Paul Everitt p...@agendaless.com wrote: In the first case, Chameleon refuses to parse the zpt because Expat tries to interpret % as a startTag. In the second case...needless to say, it is ironic that we have