On 11/3/11 12:13 PM, Chris Withers wrote:
On 03/11/2011 11:05, Jim Fulton wrote:
On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 5:14 AM, Chris Withersch...@simplistix.co.uk
On 03/11/2011 09:12, Michael Howitz wrote:
Run both test runners with the option -vv to see which tests are run.
On 11/7/11 10:36 AM, Malthe Borch wrote:
On 7 November 2011 09:17, Ross Pattersonm...@rpatterson.net wrote:
The intention of this package is to see if the implementation of broken
object handling is correct and robust enough to merge into
zope.interface and zope.component themselves. Is this
On 5/26/11 10:39 PM, Godefroid Chapelle wrote:
Further, I think it is a real advantage for the product developers if
they can migrate their tests to p.a.testing while keeping Plone 3
FWIW: whatever the solution ends up being I'd welcome
such an option as well.
On 4/6/11 7:43 PM, Roger wrote:
I think to protect the form is just a part of a concept.
user generated content. If an application allows to post
JS in a blog post or comment etc. it should be possible to
use easydmx to read and
Charlie Clark wrote:
I'm testing deploying a current project using buildout's offline mode. I
have a complete download cache but I'm still getting errors:
We have no distributions for products.cmfcore that satisfies
Neither this nor the
I would like to have an easy way to develop without having to be subject
to dependencies from other envinroment, minimize the effort to mantain
it and focus on doing things :)
Maybe not exactly what you are asking for but I recommend you play
Gerhard Schmidt wrote:
Any Idea how to fix this.
What happens when you add
__allow_access_to_unprotected_subobjects__ = 1
to your type definition? (Good old Zope 2 magic, yeah ...)
Chris Withers wrote:
Actually, it doesn't. The handling of __bases__ appears to be done in
the functions of the mysterious zope.interface.ro module.
(that ro thing takes the biscuit for obscure naming :-( )
Without having a clue my first guess would be that this means
David Chelimsky wrote:
BTW - I'm using ZPT, not DTML. I'm guessing I can do this with a
simple script that I include on every page, yes? That could work, but
seems a bit error prone - that's why I'm looking for some sort of
request hook. But maybe that's my best option within Zope.
michael nt milne wrote:
Is there any documentation anywhere or advice on being able to estimate
the size of a potential Zope ZODB instance based on the size of a
current site? For example if you were to have a site of say 5 gb
consisting of HTML pages, graphics, images, pdfs, word docs,
David Bear wrote:
I need to run an external method to use some python functions that are
restricted within zope. I'm thinking an easy way to get the data back
would be to just store basic python objects within zodb; tupples,
but I've never seen this documented anywhere. Is
Hanno Schlichting wrote:
PS: ... not to mention the 700 add-ons that are out
there for Plone alone ...
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Dapo Ladimeji wrote:
I am having trouble installing Zope on a redhat linux. I seem to always
get build errors whether trying Zope 2.10 or Zope 3.
At first it seems Ok - I attach the initial lines. the full verbose
error message is in the attached email. This is frustrating as it has
Maurits van Rees wrote:
What other options are there to do this in zcml?
Or should I take my loss and translate the
zope/(app/)annotations/configure.zcml file (which only registers one
adapter) into python code?
More a workaround than a solution but have you tried
doing it the
Stephen How wrote:
Originally, I wanted to use a lot of class variables, as this was my
perspective from plain-old python. However, I've learned that I really
want to put everything possible into the schema, as it makes the AT
future proof, and more robust. It automatically creates
AP Meyer wrote:
Is this a known bug?
But Dieter fixed in recently in CVS HEAD (I think)
Working without automatic refresh is very unhandy ;-)
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