Re: [Zope-dev] RFC: Python/Zope Interfaces

2000-12-02 Thread Jim Fulton
Dieter Maurer wrote: (snip) Let me stress my point of view. Maybe, we are not too far away from one another: * I like clear specifications (as you do) Yup. * The specification has more value, when its implementations adhere to it (you probably will agree). Well, not quite.

Re: [Zope] Passing lists in a get request (ZCatalog Search)

2000-12-02 Thread Aleksander Salwa
On Fri, 1 Dec 2000, Darin Lee wrote: the request would look like: search?meta_type=Publicationtheme=Airtheme=Landtheme=Water I can't figure out how to pass a list in the get request. How do I pass more than one theme to the method as a list? I have discovered through trial and error that

[Zope] Re: Help - cannot import zexp

2000-12-02 Thread Oleg Broytmann
Hi! Followup to myself... On Fri, 1 Dec 2000, Oleg Broytmann wrote: Please help, I have a problem importing my zexp. Initially I created the exported zexp while debugging some External Method. The method is declared as follows: def navigation_leftColumn(self, _,

Re: [Zope] Help! Accessing product constructors methods programmatically

2000-12-02 Thread Oliver Bleutgen
Hello, Zopers-- I'm fairly new at this, so I apologize if this is a dumb question. Anyway, I've been looking for a way to do a bulk upload of XML documents from a local directory. So I need a method (either DTML or Python is fine with me) that would build a list of files and create

Re: [Zope] IP address and US city name

2000-12-02 Thread Bill Anderson
Hung Jung Lu wrote: Hi, I know that IP addresses in the USA follow a strict pattern of geographical locations. (Most other countries don't do that.) Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the table of IP addresses vs. city names? Whomever told you this was wrong.

Re: [Zope] IP address and US city name

2000-12-02 Thread Hung Jung Lu
From: Bill Anderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hung Jung Lu wrote: Hi, I know that IP addresses in the USA follow a strict pattern of geographical locations. (Most other countries don't do that.) Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the table of IP addresses vs. city names? Whomever

[Zope] Making lots of external data searchable?

2000-12-02 Thread Tres Seaver
Anselm Lingnau [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm using Zope to re-vamp a web site, one of whose most important features is an archive of a reasonably busy mailing list, which is accessed using home-grown Perl CGI code. I've written Python code to let users browse the archive sorted by users,

Re: [Zope] IP address and US city name

2000-12-02 Thread richard lanham
Even if true, how would that be useful if ISPs are assigning IPs from their servers to clients all over the country. Now you know where the ISP's servers are. Even static dsl IPs come from the ISP's lot. - Original Message - From: "Hung Jung Lu" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Zope] IP address and US city name

2000-12-02 Thread marc lindahl
http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=00/11/06/0521235mode=thread From: "Hung Jung Lu" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2000 08:27:32 -0800 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [Zope] IP address and US city name From: Bill Anderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hung Jung Lu

[Zope] Searching Problem at Zope.org

2000-12-02 Thread Chris Gray
Search results at Zope.org seem to turn up a number of items with the wrong URL. For instance, a search on ZCatalog returns the How-to on building a searchable job board (http://www.zope.org/Members/mukhsein/job_board_howto) but the link in the search results page is to http://www.zope.org/. A

[Zope] ZopeBook ZCatalog Question

2000-12-02 Thread Chris Gray
Zope Book - Chapter 9 - 2nd sentence: "You can also use it to search external data such as relational data, files, and remote web pages." Can anyone point me to further information on how to do these things? Thanks, Chris ___ Zope maillist -

[Zope] Re: Questions

2000-12-02 Thread Chalu Kim
Thin Zope SA fits 19 inch rack which is standard with most racks and ISP specification. ISPs where this rack works; Exodus, UUnet, Global Crossing, Imagenex and most ISPs The rack is for telephony spec which is shorter than most so that you can pack more horizontally according to telephone

Re: [Zope] IP address and US city name

2000-12-02 Thread Michel Pelletier
Hung Jung Lu wrote: From: Bill Anderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hung Jung Lu wrote: Hi, I know that IP addresses in the USA follow a strict pattern of geographical locations. (Most other countries don't do that.) Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the table of IP

[Zope] Installation and Startup

2000-12-02 Thread Norm LaDuke
I have installed Zope on a 300Mhz K6 machine with 92 Megs of RAM running Windows 98. It seemed to install ok except that it didn't ask if I wanted to run as a service (as the documentation said it would). As a result I had to start zope with start.bat. It doesn't run. Who in the world can I talk

Re: [Zope] IP address and US city name

2000-12-02 Thread Hung Jung Lu
From: Michel Pelletier [EMAIL PROTECTED] Actually Hung, on this one he is right. I owned and operated an ... That said, there is a company that has intrusivly scanned the whole ... service is very expensive, not 100% accurate (because neworks move and It happens that I saw with my own eyes in a

Re: [Zope] Installation and Startup

2000-12-02 Thread Phil Harris
Norm, This is the right place to ask such questions so ask whatever you like. First off the docs are talking about Windows NT/2K as Zope won't run as a service on W95/98. If there is ever a problem starting Zope it will print a traceback, if you can send that to the list we'll get this problem

Re: [Zope] IP address and US city name

2000-12-02 Thread thomas
On 2 Dec, Michel Pelletier wrote: Hung Jung Lu wrote: From: Bill Anderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hung Jung Lu wrote: Hi, I know that IP addresses in the USA follow a strict pattern of geographical locations. Whomever told you this was wrong. No Bill. You are the one that is wrong.

Re: [Zope] Installation and Startup

2000-12-02 Thread Steve Spicklemire
Norm... 'services' is an NT concept. Just run the bat file from the command line. -steve "Norm" == Norm LaDuke [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Norm I have installed Zope on a 300Mhz K6 machine with 92 Megs of Norm RAM running Windows 98. It seemed to install ok except that Norm it

[Zope] Zope.Org: Not a good example...

2000-12-02 Thread The Doctor What
I've been looking around for examples of certain objects and such. One simple example is a URL object. Zope.Org *has* this object (Link) and it is fairly nifty, even if it isn't documented (ie, it's usage etc.) but I can't find the *source* for this object anywhere! All I want is to be able to

[Zope] Running Zope

2000-12-02 Thread Norm LaDuke
Can anyone out there tell me why anyone would use a product whose tutorial won't even run. You guys are either INFINITELY more patient than I or you all have WAY too much time on your hands. I'm about 7 hours into this thing and we do finally have zope up and running but of course the tutorial

Re: [Zope] Running Zope

2000-12-02 Thread scott Burton
-- Original Message -- From: Norm LaDuke [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2000 19:17:50 -0600 Can anyone out there tell me why anyone would use a product whose tutorial won't even run. You guys are either INFINITELY more patient than I or you all

Re: [Zope] Installation and Startup

2000-12-02 Thread Michel Pelletier
Norm LaDuke wrote: I have installed Zope on a 300Mhz K6 machine with 92 Megs of RAM running Windows 98. It seemed to install ok except that it didn't ask if I wanted to run as a service (as the documentation said it would). Could you point out to me, precisely, where the documentation says

Re: [Zope] IP address and US city name

2000-12-02 Thread Cymen Vig
snip I know that IP addresses in the USA follow a strict pattern of geographical locations. Whomever told you this was wrong. No Bill. You are the one that is wrong. :) Actually Hung, on this one he is right. I owned and operated an internet service provider for four years.