[Zope] Lost External Methods

2000-10-23 Thread Robert_J_Roberts
I am running Zope 2.1.4 (binary release, python 1.5.2, win32-x86) Python version: 1.5.2 (#0, Jul 30 1999, 09:52:18) [MSC 32 bit (Intel)] System Platform: win32 I have several external methods. Just recently, they started to be good for one run only. The external

RE: [Zope] Help Debugging External Methods

2000-10-16 Thread Robert_J_Roberts
I do pretty much the same things myself. I assign sys.stderr = sys.stdout, then I create my own log file object from a module I wrote a few years ago, and then assign something like sys.stderr = self.logObj. That works well for any errors that occur after those assignments have occurred but

[Zope] Help Debugging External Methods

2000-10-13 Thread Robert_J_Roberts
What are my options for debugging External Methods in Zope running on Windows NT? Is there ANY way to get the external method to run in a DOS window that I can watch? What little tricks/techniques have others use to make debugging external methods easier/possible? Thanks, Robert J. Roberts

[Zope] Importing multiple files into Zope

2000-09-12 Thread Robert_J_Roberts
I would like to be able to import multiple existing HTML files into Zope and make them searchable. For example: I would like to be able to point a Zope Method at my c:\python\doc subdirectory and import not only the index.html file, but also import the subdirectories under ...\doc\ and all of

[Zope] REPOST: README.txt Tab

2000-08-04 Thread Robert_J_Roberts
I'll re-ask the question: How do I get the README tab to appear in a product? I created a product and it is working great. However, I would like to add the 'README' tab to the product (and if possible to each instance of the product). I looked at other products that have the README tab

[Zope] README.txt Tab

2000-07-28 Thread Robert_J_Roberts
How do I get the README tab to appear in a product? I created a product and it is working great. However, I would like to add the 'README' tab to the product (and if possible to each instance of the product). I looked at other products that have the README tab and looked at the Product.py