Thanks for your comments on our model Philip, it is really appreciated and
From your comments some other questions came to mind (I posted this on the
Wiki as well):
It seems that we did not give enough consideration for the pattern, Roles
Before Objects but we can retrofit
Chris Withers wrote:
Michael Bernstein wrote:
After some more thought, I realized that this really needs
to be a three-way gateway betrween a mailing list, a 'blog,
and a newsgroup.
I'm all up for doing the mailing list/weblog type bits but I have no
idea how news _works_ and how
Okay, I figured that bit of braindeadness out (I just use a range
that goes backwards, no .reverse() so everything is left as is.
Now here is my next problem.
Using context.REQUEST.PARENTS doesn't give me the DTML Document that
called me (so to speak).
I have an external method like the following
new_elem = self.createElement(REQUEST.new_elem_name)
I call this on an XMLdocument root node and get the following error at
James Sintz writes:
Yes and I have read it (several times). What I am stuck on now is only
showing newsletters prior to or equal to today's date.
When I remember right, the "calender" tag defines a variable
that contains the date the current cell belongs to.
The function "ZopeTime" gives you
I have a similar situation where I find myself way down in the tree
structure and have to go up to a certain point and down again. Leaving "bad
structuring" aside (actually its well structured in many other respects),
all I could think of to get a hold of these objects was a whole bunch of
seb bacon writes:
I'm trying to compare two page titles, using this code:
dtml-my_title; : dtml-get_page_title
We made a link in zope/lib to the real python,
replacing the python folder there. That works.
Gary Perez wrote:
We've got Zope 2.2.2 installed on a Linux box. We want to be able to use
the full-up python that's on the box instead of the python interpreter
that comes with Zope for
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Charlie Wilkinson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
...or "the python world with some Zope limitations placed on it."
i'm not sure exactly whats being asked here. zope on linux doesn't
include its own python interpreter. you can choose which one executes
zope and its external methods by specifing the interpreter binary in the
start.py. its quite possible that your installing third party modules
From the mailing list volume in the last 3 months, it is not hard to see
that there is a steady decline. This compared to the trend of last two years
(doubling volume every year), should probably raise a red flag.
I know what many would say: there are now more experts than newbies as
Wow, this is really cool. nice job.
btw. if anyone's interested i wrote a patch to change the mailhost
behavior to use a persistent connection to the mta. email me if
interested (yes, i submitted a feature/wpatch to the collector).
also its good to note that the mailhost doesn't currently
I'm new. I can see Zope will help me on larger projects, but what if I want
to allow the owner of a small Web site (under 200 pages) that I develop the
ability to edit text and photos? Is this the right application, or is Zope
overkill? If so, any recommendations on a content manager?
+---[ Hung Jung Lu ]--
| I know what many would say: there are now more experts than newbies as
| compared to before. There are not as many problems as before, etc. But that
| is that really all? I don't think so.
I think they're all coming to the IRC
Jerome Alet wrote:
On Fri, 10 Nov 2000, Chris Withers wrote:
mxDateTime is _not_ the DateTime in Zope. If only it was
It's voting season, so I vote +10 for this one.
I'll second that
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Firstly, a big thank you to all thos epeople who helped me with KeyError
problem when accessing LDAP entries.
Just so the solution makes it onto the mailing list archive (for the next
bunny who has the same problem) the solution was to add the following to
each of your variables
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