Re: [Zope-dev] More comments on ZPatterns

2000-07-09 Thread Steve Spicklemire
"pje" == Phillip J Eby [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: a (default) rack of TableInfo objects. Now... some of the Tableinfo properties, and some of the View properties are *really* in MySQL. I figured out, from the mail list and the source code, that I can create a Generic

Re: [Zope-dev] More comments on ZPatterns

2000-07-09 Thread Steve Alexander
Steve Spicklemire wrote: I just want to make sure I understand... is the intention that property management needs to be done on each instance separately? So if I add a new property to one of my property sheets, I need to somehow update the propertysheets of each of the instances? Also

Re: [Zope-dev] More comments on ZPatterns

2000-07-09 Thread Phillip J. Eby
At 12:38 PM 7/9/00 -0500, Steve Spicklemire wrote: pje None of the above. SkyDiver should inherit from a Party base class. For pje Customer and ResourceUser behavior, one adds propertysheets whose class is pje provided by the respective frameworks. This is extension through

Re: [Zope-dev] More comments on ZPatterns

2000-07-09 Thread Steve Spicklemire
Thanks Steve, Eegads! OK... all my instances currently live in a defaultRack of one specialist or another... so exactly how do I "configure this DataManager to provide the PropertySheets (I) want, with sensible default values, and suddenly, all (my) instances suport this propertysheet." I

Re: [Zope-dev] More comments on ZPatterns

2000-07-09 Thread Phillip J. Eby
At 01:37 PM 7/9/00 -0500, Steve Spicklemire wrote: Thanks Steve, Eegads! OK... all my instances currently live in a defaultRack of one specialist or another... so exactly how do I "configure this DataManager to provide the PropertySheets (I) want, with sensible default values, and suddenly, all

Re: [Zope] cr/lf causing spaces

2000-07-09 Thread Meeting Maker Webmaster
Hello, At 20:43 08.07.2000 +, you wrote: Would it be possible for Zope (which has to parse the dtml files etc anyway) to convert cr+lf to plain cr? You might want to give a look to a product called "StructuredText Document" under http://www.zope.org/Members/tseaver/STX_Document. It will

[Zope] Another DateTime Strangeness

2000-07-09 Thread Nils Jeppe
Zope just stored a DateTime I entered as 13:14 in a slightly odd way: 2000/07/09 13:13:60 GMT+1 Known bug? ___ Zope maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope ** No cross posts or HTML encoding! ** (Related

[Zope] NewBie question for sqlsession

2000-07-09 Thread Hong Wai Leong
Hello, I just installed sqlsession 0.2.9 in my NT with zope version 2.1.6, and I had created the table in Gadfly according to the given sql schema. When I try to load the Session into my page, it just work for the first time, after that I got an error like this : Zope Error Zope has

[Zope] CachePool + LocalFS

2000-07-09 Thread Rogerio Atem de Carvalho
Hi, I am still looking for a simple caching soluction for external files... Can I use CachePool to cache LocalFS referenced objects? If I can, how can I do that? Regards, Rogerio Atem --- E-mail enviado pelo servidor do CEFETCampos

Re: [Zope] Installed Products

2000-07-09 Thread R. David Murray
On Sun, 9 Jul 2000, Tim Cook wrote: So all the really cool, useful stuff is being written in Python instead of ZClasses? g Is there a specific reason for this? Speed? Capability? ZClasses are a relatively recent addition. Some people swear by them, some people swear at them. Actually

Re: [Zope] Installed Products

2000-07-09 Thread Maik Roeder
Hi Tim ! Tim Cook wrote: Because it is a Python based product and not a ZClass based product? So all the really cool, useful stuff is being written in Python instead of ZClasses? g Is there a specific reason for this? Speed? Capability? Have a look at:

Re: [Zope] cr/lf causing spaces

2000-07-09 Thread Steve Alexander
You can put your linefeeds inside the HTML and DTML elements: h2This is a really long heading with a dtml-var foo dtml variable in it/h2 See http://www.cat-box.net/helen/notes.html#source_layout_notes for more information about these issues. -- Steve Alexander Software Engineer Cat-Box

re: [Zope] Another DateTime Strangeness

2000-07-09 Thread Steve Alexander
Nils Jeppe wrote: Zope just stored a DateTime I entered as 13:14 in a slightly odd way: 2000/07/09 13:13:60 GMT+1 Known bug? Yes. What version of Zope are you running? Shane Hathaway did a line-by-line audit on DateTime.py, and fixed loads of timezone and rounding bugs. The fixed version

Re: [Zope] Another DateTime Strangeness

2000-07-09 Thread Shane Hathaway
Nils Jeppe wrote: Zope just stored a DateTime I entered as 13:14 in a slightly odd way: 2000/07/09 13:13:60 GMT+1 Known bug? Yes, and fixed in 2.2. Shane ___ Zope maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope **

Re: [Zope] Am I getting the idea correctly?

2000-07-09 Thread Henny van der Linde
Hi, But here's what worries me about Zope: it looks I will do a whole lot of typing and get caught up in the syntax and repetitive nature of things like dtml-var -- and dtml-this - and dtml-that - . OK, so it's not made for the faint-of-heart at this point - I can handle that. But I

[Zope] Trouble compiling ZMySQLDA

2000-07-09 Thread Ewald Wasscher
Hello all, When I try to compile ZMySQLDA I get the following error messages after typing make: [root@catv6216 src]# make gcc -fPIC -I/usr/local/mysql/include -I/usr/include/mysql -g -O2 -I/usr/include/python1.5 -I/usr/include/python1.5 -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -c ./MySQLmodule.c ./MySQLmodule.c: In

Re: [Zope] Patch to DateTime.py

2000-07-09 Thread Curtis Maloney
On Fri, 07 Jul 2000, Rajil Saraswat wrote: Hi, I am a newbie to zope and squish. My squishdot starts giving errors after midnight. the offending error is Unrecognised Time Zone in DateTime.py I am on GMT+530(India). As i donot know python, can you please tell where i should add this

Re: [Zope] help! zope down on it's knees

2000-07-09 Thread Chris McDonough
I'm curious about the fact that apache can render the page immediately by talking through pcgi/fcgi to ZServer but ZServer can't render the page quickly when you talk to it directy via HTTP. The only reasoning I can see for that is some sort of caching at the browser or in the http server.

RE: [Zope] Trouble compiling ZMySQLDA

2000-07-09 Thread Ron Bickers
There seem to be several different (old?) instructions floating around on how to install the Python MySQLdb and the Zope ZMySQLDA. If you just want it working, and you're using RPMs, you can grab my RPMs of Andy Dustman's MySQLdb 0.2.1 and the ZMySQLDA 1.2.0 that now works with it. As far as I

Re: [Zope] wrong day

2000-07-09 Thread Curtis Maloney
On Mon, 10 Jul 2000, Marco Mariani wrote: Ok, silly me, the date is stored ok, but is reported wrong: Idtml-var data fmt="%Y/%m/%d"/IBR gives me 1999/12/31 instead of 2000/01/01 Almost certainly, your problem is GMT. The time is stored GMT, and you are not countering it. Try printing

RE: [Zope] Trouble compiling ZMySQLDA

2000-07-09 Thread Peter Marriott
I couldn't seem to get the RPMS to install, what kind of setup are they expecting? Does it matter where I have installed zope? (I am a linux learner so please forgive if I am not making sense) Thanks Peter. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf

RE: [Zope] Trouble compiling ZMySQLDA

2000-07-09 Thread Ron Bickers
The RPMs install in /usr/share/zope/lib/python/Products, where the Zope RPMs provided by Jeff Rush install the Products folder. If you're not using the Zope RPMs and have zope installed somewhere else, you can still use these RPMs and just make a symlink to your real Products folder. For