[Zope] The Calendar Tag

2000-11-20 Thread Kaeidinejad, Shahram

 Hi,

How can give me more information about product "The Calendar Tag"?
Is may be to use "The Calendar Tag" with MS-Outlook?

cu

Shahram

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Re: [Zope] The Calendar Tag

2000-11-20 Thread Jerome Alet

On Mon, 20 Nov 2000, Kaeidinejad, Shahram wrote:

 How can give me more information about product "The Calendar Tag"?
 Is may be to use "The Calendar Tag" with MS-Outlook?

The CalendarTag's purpose is to render calendars in html (or dtml ;-)
documents. The webmaster only has to code the rendering of one cell (day),
and the CalendarTag does the rest.

Since MS-Outlook isn't a web browser I doubt you can use it, however in a
day cell you can do whatever you want, so maybe you can send mails
whenever someone sees this day, and receive the mails in Outlook.

Maybe someone else has got a better idea.

bye, and good luck.

Jerome Alet


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[Zope-dev] Calendar tag 0.9.22 released

2000-09-18 Thread Ibañez Palomar Juan David


Hi all,

There's a new version of the calendar tag, I need feedback about
it, specially from those who use the "setCalendar('url_', ...)"
hook or the "linkDate(...)" function.


thanks,
david

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[Zope-dev] Calendar Tag 0.9.21 released

2000-09-09 Thread Ibañez Palomar Juan David



Hi all,

The version 0.9.21 of the calendar tag has been released, it can be
downloaded from "http://www.zope.org/Members/jdavid/Calendar".

This is a beta version, pre-1.0. If you're aware of any bug or want
a *small* change to be done in 1.0 tell me now (hope to release 1.0
and start 1.1.x soon).


regards,
david

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Re: [Zope-dev] Calendar tag 0.9.6 breaks with 2.2.0b3??

2000-06-29 Thread Bill Anderson

"Dr. Ross Lazarus" wrote:
 
 Shane - it's a shocking thing to post untested patches - particularly
 when they work 
 I just tested this quickly on 2.1.6 and 22b3 and it seems fine. Thank
 you!.

That's why he gets paid the big bucks ;)
 
 Ok, what's the way forward here - how do we make sure that a 2.2 clean
 CalendarTag product appears in the Products download area on zope.org???

Get the patch to the maintainer.
 
 How do we make sure every product available for download on zope.org is
 clearly marked as either untested for 2.2; broken in 2.2; 2.2 clean -
 otherwise many new zope users are going to be tearing their hair out
 patching stuff or giving up in disgust??? Who's going to go through each
 one and patch it as needed?

The owners/maintainers? Seriously, that's who I see as responsible for
that.


A general warning on the Products page indicating that due to tighter
security, osm eolder products may not work well, if at all, with the new
2.2, followed by the mainainer indicating if they have tested/fixed,
will/will-not support it on 2.2, etc. Should be fine, IMO.

Bill

-- 
"Linux: the operating system with a CLUE...
Command Line User Environment".

seen in a posting on comp.software.testing

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Re: [Zope-dev] Calendar tag 0.9.6 breaks with 2.2.0b3??

2000-06-28 Thread Dieter Maurer

Dr. Ross Lazarus writes:
  Trying the new 2.2.0b3 zope. 
  One zclass using ty's calendar tag now breaks with an error message I
  just cannot figure out - 
  
  Error Type: TypeError
  Error Value: unexpected keyword argument: linkDate

File /usr/local/zope/zope22b3/lib/python/DocumentTemplate/DT_Util.py,
  line 262, in namespace
  TypeError: (see above)
  
  I added  __allow_access_to_unprotected_subobjects__=1 to the CalendarTag
  class just in case.
  
  The offending line in CalendarTag.py is
  
  ns = namespace(self,
  date = date,
  mode = self.mode,
  firstday = firstday,
  setCalendar = self.setCalendar_,
  getCalendar = self.getCalendar_,
  linkDate = self.linkDate_
  )[0]
  
  
  namespace in DT_Util seems harmless enough - 
  
  def namespace(self, **kw):
   """Create a tuple consisting of a single instance whos attributes are
  provided as keyword arguments."""
   return apply(self, (), kw)
The "self", more precisely, its "__call__" gets the keyword
"linkDate" which it does not (no longer) likes to have.



Dieter

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Re: [Zope-dev] Calendar tag 0.9.6 breaks with 2.2.0b3??

2000-06-28 Thread Dr. Ross Lazarus

Thanks for the help.

Summary:
CalendarTag works fine in 2.1.6 but is broken in 2.20b3.
__call__ is mapped to render(self,md) - this is the same for all dtml
tags AFAIK.

The point that I find hard to understand is that namespace in DT_Util
has changed from 2.1.6 as follows

===2.1.6==
class namespace_: 
pass

def namespace(self, **kw):
"""Create a tuple consisting of a single instance whos attributes
are
provided as keyword arguments."""
r=namespace_()
d=r.__dict__
for k, v in kw.items(): d[k]=v
return r,

2.2.0b3
class namespace_:
__allow_access_to_unprotected_subobjects__=1

def namespace(self, **kw):
"""Create a tuple consisting of a single instance whos attributes
are
provided as keyword arguments."""
return apply(self, (), kw)

Now, I can easily put the old definition back and it might work - but
I'm not in a position to understand why the method has changed from what
looks like a simple dictionary construction to the apply function -
which doesn't seem to have anything to do with the namespace_ class !!

Brian??

Dieter Maurer wrote:
 The "self", more precisely, its "__call__" gets the keyword
 "linkDate" which it does not (no longer) likes to have.


 
 Dr. Ross Lazarus writes:
   Trying the new 2.2.0b3 zope.
   One zclass using ty's calendar tag now breaks with an error message I
   just cannot figure out -
  
   Error Type: TypeError
   Error Value: unexpected keyword argument: linkDate
  
 File /usr/local/zope/zope22b3/lib/python/DocumentTemplate/DT_Util.py,
   line 262, in namespace
   TypeError: (see above)
  
   I added  __allow_access_to_unprotected_subobjects__=1 to the CalendarTag
   class just in case.
  
   The offending line in CalendarTag.py is
  
   ns = namespace(self,
   date = date,
   mode = self.mode,
   firstday = firstday,
   setCalendar = self.setCalendar_,
   getCalendar = self.getCalendar_,
   linkDate = self.linkDate_
   )[0]
  
  
   namespace in DT_Util seems harmless enough -
  
   def namespace(self, **kw):
"""Create a tuple consisting of a single instance whos attributes are
   provided as keyword arguments."""
return apply(self, (), kw)
 The "self", more precisely, its "__call__" gets the keyword
 "linkDate" which it does not (no longer) likes to have.
 
 Dieter

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Re: [Zope-dev] Calendar tag 0.9.6 breaks with 2.2.0b3??

2000-06-28 Thread Shane Hathaway

"Dr. Ross Lazarus" wrote:
 The point that I find hard to understand is that namespace in DT_Util
 has changed from 2.1.6 as follows
 
 ===2.1.6==
 class namespace_:
 pass
 
 def namespace(self, **kw):
 """Create a tuple consisting of a single instance whos attributes
 are
 provided as keyword arguments."""
 r=namespace_()
 d=r.__dict__
 for k, v in kw.items(): d[k]=v
 return r,
 
 2.2.0b3
 class namespace_:
 __allow_access_to_unprotected_subobjects__=1
 
 def namespace(self, **kw):
 """Create a tuple consisting of a single instance whos attributes
 are
 provided as keyword arguments."""
 return apply(self, (), kw)
 
 Now, I can easily put the old definition back and it might work - but
 I'm not in a position to understand why the method has changed from what
 looks like a simple dictionary construction to the apply function -
 which doesn't seem to have anything to do with the namespace_ class !!

In Zope 2.1.6 and before we had two ways of creating a new namespace:
_() and _.namespace().  The former was implemented in C and the latter
was in Python, but they did virtually the same thing (and there
certainly wasn't any reason to believe they should do anything
different.)  So we merged the two implementations into one by causing
the namespace() method to call the _() method, implemented in
cDocumentTemplate.py.

AFAIK the namespace_ class definition was left in by accident.  It now
does absolutely nothing.

There have been more problems with the merge than expected.  But we are
engineers--the last thing we want is code bloat by reverting to the old
method.  Instead we'd like to get bugs truly corrected.

So I'll plan to look into this problem.

Shane

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