Re: [Zope] [Zope-dev] Zope 4.0, maybe not such a bad idea...

2009-04-13 Thread Tim Nash
with this group and this opportunity. Thanks! -- Tim Nash Lead Developer http://www.sanmateowaveforms.com Zope/Plone: distribute your web applications as desktop applications. Installs on mac and windows with one click. ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org http

Re: [Zope] RIP Zope 2!

2009-04-05 Thread Tim Nash
Thanks for this post J├╝rgen. You made me think of my agenda. My agenda is to promote Zope/Plone as a great way to create web applications that you also want to distribute as desktop applications. I have posted about this a long time ago but there is no reason for anyone on this list to remember,

Re: [Zope] RIP Zope 2!

2009-04-05 Thread Tim Nash
Looks like gmail won't append a sig to a draft email. Anyway here is my sig. -- Tim Nash Lead Developer http://www.sanmateowaveforms.com Zope/Plone: distribute your web applications as desktop applications. Installs on mac and windows with one click

Re: [Zope] RIP Zope 2!

2009-04-02 Thread Tim Nash
*This* community is dead, get over it and move on. Yeah, you are right. If you really think zope 3 (or 4) can stand on it's own, just rename zope 2 to 'plone base'. That will cut down on the confusion. But beware, unless you can make zope 4 more appealling to a wider group of casual

Re: [Zope] How to add existing folder in Zope

2009-03-29 Thread Tim Nash
Once upon a time there was a man walking down the street. He came upon two neighbors in their driveways. One guy was washing his Z-Honda and the other guy was working on his Z-MG-midget. The pedestrian said Hey, I'm thinking of getting a car to carry groceries home from the market The Z-Honda guy

Re: [Zope] How to add existing folder in Zope

2009-03-28 Thread Tim Nash
I get your point, I just don't agree with it. It is often easier to just install plone than it is to: 1. search and discover LocalFS 2. decide if it is too old or if it can be satisfactorily patched. 3. patch it (thank you Robert) 4. test, test and test it. 5. Hope that it still works in the next

Re: [Zope] How to add existing folder in Zope

2009-03-28 Thread Tim Nash
PM, Andreas Jung li...@zopyx.com wrote: 2009/3/28 Tim Nash thedag...@gmail.com I get your point, I just don't agree with it. It is often easier to just install plone than it is to: 1. search and discover LocalFS 2. decide if it is too old or if it can be satisfactorily patched. 3. patch

Re: [Zope] How to add existing folder in Zope

2009-03-28 Thread Tim Nash
your arguments reasonable and focused on the technology or the management of that technology. On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 12:37 PM, Andreas Jung li...@zopyx.com wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 28.03.2009 14:32 Uhr, Tim Nash wrote: Installing Plone in such a case is only

Re: [Zope] How to add existing folder in Zope

2009-03-28 Thread Tim Nash
a...@theinternet.com.auwrote: +---[ Tim Nash ]-- | No your response and Jens response are totally inappropriate. We will never | rebuild this community if all our posts are greeted with personal attacks. You're not going to rebuild any community if given a choice of two items, they're told

Re: [Zope] How to add existing folder in Zope

2009-03-27 Thread Tim Nash
Or you may be able to use CMF 'Filesystem directory view'. The easiest way to do that is to use Plone 3. I support the extjs javascript library two ways. In Plone I put the whole extjs directory into a filesystem directory view. In Zope I drop extjs into a directory served by apache. -Tim On

Re: [Zope] trivial: hello world with filesystem based egg sources

2009-03-10 Thread Tim Nash
If you want simple: 1. download this product and put it into your products directory. http://www.zope.org/Members/gtk/Boring 2. Start Zope and go to 127.0.0.1:8080/manage and add the Boring product. Click test, there is your url. 3. Modify the 'Boring' code and repeat. -Tim On Tue, Mar 10, 2009

Re: [Zope] Was Problem using nested dtml-in with zsql

2008-11-08 Thread Tim Nash
+1 Well spoken. It is painful to see all the cheers for django templates when dtml has been around longer and is just as good, maybe better. ZPT may also be fantastic but I haven't needed them yet. They seem to be designed to solve web editing problems circa 2002. -Tim On Sat, Nov 8, 2008 at

Re: [Zope] Was Problem using nested dtml-in with zsql

2008-11-08 Thread Tim Nash
/Virginia/ 8^) Cheers! -Allen Tim Nash wrote: +1 Well spoken. It is painful to see all the cheers for django templates when dtml has been around longer and is just as good, maybe better. ZPT may also be fantastic but I haven't needed them yet. They seem to be designed to solve web editing

Re: [Zope] Zope product and dtml-tree

2008-07-31 Thread Tim Nash
Rowan, Can you try inheriting from dtml-document instead of simple-item? I use dtml document as much as I can. It is a big object but you almost always need to call a dtml object anyway. And all the methods are already battle tested. (BTW, for me zope is almost entirely the model, and the view

Re: [Zope] zexp import fails from linux to windows due to image filepaths

2008-07-17 Thread Tim Nash
You can use this to edit the zexp on the command line. It is from the cygwin build system. perl -pe 'BEGIN{binmode(STDIN); binmode(STDOUT);}; s/oldtext/newtext/g' copy_of_your.zexp fixed_copy_of_your.zexp then rename fixed_copy_of_your.zexp to the original zexp name and import it into a

Re: [Zope] Javascript detection

2008-06-16 Thread Tim Nash
here is the code: put this at the top of your dtml script type=text/javascript location.href = redirected_javascript_enabled_page.dtml; /script and create redirected_javascript_enabled_page.dtml On 6/16/08, Andreas Jung [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --On 16. Juni 2008 11:34:37 -0700 Arne

Re: [Zope] acl_users folder 25000

2008-06-03 Thread Tim Nash
Thanks for the link to the gmailauthplugin. I am trying it out on plone 3 on a mac tiger laptop and I'm getting the following error: Exception Type URLError Exception Value urlopen error no host given * Module ZPublisher.Publish, line 110, in publish * Module

Re: [Zope] dtml-tree documentation

2008-05-27 Thread Tim Nash
http://www.zope.org/Members/anthony/tree-coding-tricks and http://www.zope.org/Members/cybertad/how_to/working_with_tree Where can I find out about this 'advanced usage'? Regards Garry ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org

Re: [Zope] Re: Extensive Javascript GUI and security

2008-04-24 Thread Tim Nash
, Apr 24, 2008 at 6:31 AM, Garito [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: But did you pretend to make something useful or a demo is enough? Why don't make the demo changing the ZMI GUI or something more useful? (ZMI is old enough and needs a renew version, don't you think so?) Thanks! 2008/4/23, Tim Nash

Re: [Zope] Re: Extensive Javascript GUI and security

2008-04-23 Thread Tim Nash
security. Thanks!, Tim On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 3:47 AM, Garito [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry, Tim, but I don't catch what you pretend with this demo Can you explain more about this test? Thanks! 2008/4/23, Tim Nash [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I updated the 'HowTo' to now include a TTW version

[Zope] Extensive Javascript GUI and security

2008-04-22 Thread Tim Nash
I have created a zope product that demonstrates how I would like to use zope with extjs library. The demo does not require an installation of extjs. It is linked to here http://wiki.zope.org/zope2/HowToCreateJavascriptGUI I hope that using zope along with extjs in this way makes zope much more

[Zope] Re: Extensive Javascript GUI and security

2008-04-22 Thread Tim Nash
the installation of extjs but it is for demo purposes only. On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 1:35 PM, Tim Nash [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have created a zope product that demonstrates how I would like to use zope with extjs library. The demo does not require an installation of extjs. It is linked

Re: [Zope] Re: anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-19 Thread Tim Nash
://wiki.zope.org/zope2/HowToCreateJavascriptGUI On Sat, Apr 19, 2008 at 9:48 AM, Simon Michael [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tim Nash wrote: I created a zexp that demonstrates the use of extjs and zope but I don't know where to put it for anyone that might be interested. Can the wiki.zope.org/zope2 site

Re: [Zope] Re: anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-18 Thread Tim Nash
widget via ajax and JSON 4. ajax submit of form data 5. client side form field validation and my favorite: 6. webserver cache of GUI reduces load on zope making zope more scalable -Tim On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 6:35 PM, Simon Michael [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tim Nash wrote: up-to-date

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-17 Thread Tim Nash
, Apr 17, 2008 at 1:01 AM, Philip Kilner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Tim, Tim Nash wrote: It is great to see more posts about how well zope works for Web 2.0 projects. I have used extjs with zope and really like the combination. I'd like to learn more about your jquery /plone setup

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-16 Thread Tim Nash
Phil, It is great to see more posts about how well zope works for Web 2.0 projects. I have used extjs with zope and really like the combination. I'd like to learn more about your jquery /plone setup and how you make it work. Would it be a time consuming for you to create a generic product that

Re: [Zope] Re: zope on google file system

2008-03-31 Thread Tim Nash
performance. Laurence Tim Nash wrote: The google summer of code is almost underway and already has a lot of good ideas but I was wondering if any of my fellow zope users would have any interest in the following area: I don't have the skills but I think it would be cool if some student ported

Re: Fwd: [Zope] zope on google file system

2008-03-28 Thread Tim Nash
And if your data is large enough to warrant using hadoop you're never going to store them in Zope. If you cache the GUI using javascript, keep the business layer thin and off-load the majority of the indexing, why not? Procfs is a virtual filesystem, devfs is a virtual filesystem. smb OK,

Re: Fwd: [Zope] zope on google file system

2008-03-27 Thread Tim Nash
look for python equivalents to hadoop? 3. or should I just use java for this area of my application? Which approach (or something else) would you take? Anybody? On 3/26/08, Andrew Milton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: +---[ Tim Nash ]-- | Does localfs work with virtual

Re: Fwd: [Zope] zope on google file system

2008-03-27 Thread Tim Nash
I would start with a list of requirements... The requirements are to run distributed map/reduce on 'live' xml data that is stored by the zope application server. You'll be calling out to something else to do map/reduce and return you the results. Agreed, but what is the storage mechanism

[Zope] zope on google file system

2008-03-26 Thread Tim Nash
The google summer of code is almost underway and already has a lot of good ideas but I was wondering if any of my fellow zope users would have any interest in the following area: I don't have the skills but I think it would be cool if some student ported Zope to utilize features of the google

Fwd: [Zope] zope on google file system

2008-03-26 Thread Tim Nash
On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 11:08 AM, Chris Withers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tim Nash wrote: I don't have the skills but I think it would be cool if some student ported Zope to utilize features of the google file system or libferris. Libferris is a virtual file system that mounts just about

Re: Fwd: [Zope] zope on google file system

2008-03-26 Thread Tim Nash
Does localfs work with virtual file systems? Is there a zope mapping product that maps zope to a distributed file system? What is the best way to run map/reduce on xml files that are stored in the zodb? Thanks, Tim On 3/26/08, Andrew Milton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: +---[ Tim Nash

Re: [Zope] python script returning a 'rendered' zpt

2008-03-07 Thread Tim Nash
did you try; something = context.REQUEST.form['target'] somepage = context.REQUEST['URLPATH1'] #may be URL1 some_page_template = context[somepage] rendered_html = some_page_template(context, somevariable=something) I'm writing from (faulty) memory here so context[somepage] may not work. If it

Re: [Zope] Re: Zope Digest, Vol 45, Issue 25

2008-02-29 Thread Tim Nash
Maybe you could map it to libferris instead of the file system and then we could many types of different data storage. http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/9373 On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 10:52 AM, Dieter Maurer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Garito wrote at 2008-2-29 00:35 +0100: I can understand

Re: [Zope] Re: Zope Digest, Vol 45, Issue 25

2008-02-28 Thread Tim Nash
Sure, zope products. But what does it mean to be a zope site without ZODB? There are ZPT implementations separate from ZODB. Subversion, grep, sed, whole code changes are all possible with zope 2. On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 12:26 AM, Yuri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I want

Re: [Zope] Zope 3 and Rails - a pragmatic and agile comparation (put the hype aside)

2008-02-26 Thread Tim Nash
Here is a follow up I wrote that fell off the list. The original poster probably thought he was posting to the zope@zope.org but I leave his id off just in case he didn't. I am reposting it here mainly because he makes several good points. -Tim I find zope's through the web editing it's worst

Re: [Zope] Zope 3 and Rails - a pragmatic and agile comparation (put the hype aside)

2008-02-24 Thread Tim Nash
Marcelo, I share your excitement about zope 3 but let me speak about zope 2 . I am also fairly new to zope and came from a java/python background. I have built Rail's tutorial applications but came back to zope 2. Here is my reasons. 1. Through the web editing. Brilliant. Yes it is

Re: [Zope] When to use a relational database

2008-02-09 Thread Tim Nash
at handling semi-structured data. In addition, zope 2 (and maybe 3) is easier to administer than a relational database so it is a database that you can distribute to power users. Tim On Feb 8, 2008 1:32 PM, Dieter Maurer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tim Nash wrote at 2008-2-7 19:14 -0800: ... Why does

Re: [Zope] When to use a relational database

2008-02-07 Thread Tim Nash
From what I have read online, the things that slow zope down are primarily the numerous security checks and the large number of objects that need to be written to the zodb when you save a document. Is there a way we can manage these bottlenecks? Has anyone rated the performance of say DTML vs ZPT?

Re: [Zope] zopelabs cookbook

2008-02-05 Thread Tim Nash
On 2/4/08, Fred Drake [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Feb 4, 2008 3:19 PM, Tim Nash [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I haven't been able to access the zopelabs cookbook for several weeks. It's working for me. -Fred -- Fred L. Drake, Jr.fdrake at gmail.com Chaos is the score upon which

[Zope] zopelabs cookbook

2008-02-04 Thread Tim Nash
I haven't been able to access the zopelabs cookbook for several weeks. The page (www.zopelabs.com/cookbook ) just hangs. Is anyone able to get access to the zope cookbook? If the zopelabs site is permanently gone, are the menu's available somewhere else on the web? Thanks, Tim

Re: [Zope] Zope ZMI Templates

2008-01-17 Thread Tim Nash
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You really should be writing a custom UI for this rather than hacking the ZMI. It will probably take less time, be much more manageable, flexible and secure. On Jan 16, 2008, at 8:05 PM, Tim Nash wrote: The other important difference between ajax loaded pages

Re: [Zope] Zope ZMI Templates

2008-01-17 Thread Tim Nash
://www.zope.org/Documentation/Books/ZopeBook On Jan 17, 2008, at 10:17 AM, Tim Nash wrote: Tom, Thanks but I think I am almost done. I have replaced the old style calls with id=Find id=Properties etc. by access the sequence. Then I added css code at the top of that same file (I think

Re: [Zope] Zope ZMI Templates

2008-01-16 Thread Tim Nash
in the folder view of the zmi? Thanks, Tim On Jan 16, 2008 9:54 AM, Andreas Jung [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --On 16. Januar 2008 09:33:58 +0100 Tino Wildenhain [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tim Nash wrote: Jurian, While the ZMI is a bit geeky for the average user, it works quite well inside

Re: [Zope] Zope ZMI Templates

2008-01-15 Thread Tim Nash
Jurian, While the ZMI is a bit geeky for the average user, it works quite well inside an iframe. iframes are used by many ajax/web2 (whatever you want to call it) libraries. So in my application (for example) I currently make ajax calls to load specific zmi pages inside tabs of a window layout.

Re: [Zope] Best Practice for including Javascript in Zope Applications

2008-01-03 Thread Tim Nash
don't know much about zope obviously, so if I get some vehement objections to this route, I'll pick another :) Thanks! -Matt -Original Message- From: Tim Nash [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2008 2:03 PM To: Tom Von Lahndorff Cc: Matt Hollingsworth; zope

Re: [Zope] Best Practice for including Javascript in Zope Applications

2008-01-02 Thread Tim Nash
I am writing an application that uses extjs as the front end and zope on the back and they work together really well. I am using a webserver to server the extjs library and everything else comes out of zope. So far I have had no trouble with relative links or files broken up in different

[Zope] integrating a zope app with plone security, search

2007-11-05 Thread Tim Nash
Does anyone know a good resource (link) that describes integrating a zope application into plone? I have a zope application (dtml, scripts, external methodss, etc.) that I want to package for distribution with plone 3.x. I also want to import the zexp under the plone folder and have all the

Re: [Zope] How to use Zope2 products in Zope3 ?

2007-10-10 Thread Tim Nash
Jason, Great posts! I have written an application that uses extjs (also works with AIR) as the javascript front end and zope 2.10 as the backend.I chose dtml over zpt because dtml is faster than zpt. The extjs application scales better then either a zpt or a dtml application because the

Re: [Zope] Zope is in trouble

2007-09-26 Thread Tim Nash
While I agree that the zope resources look a bit stale, I think that zope itself has never been so relevant. I am a new zope developer and I find that zope fits well with many of the new web techniques. I haven't bothered to learn much page templates because my site is almost completely built out

Re: [Zope] Deleting a file in Python

2007-08-25 Thread Tim Nash
I had to go to the zope cookbook today to get this script so I thought I'd paste it here for you as well. It may help you. It is from this url: http://zopelabs.com/cookbook/1037768468 hth Tim # to copy something from a folder copy_info = some_folder.manage_copyObjects(('object_foo',

Re: [Zope] How do I eval a variable within the acquisition path?

2007-08-22 Thread Tim Nash
This is what I was looking for. Thanks to all. Tim print context.Vet[category][animal].vaccinateplan() cheers, Chris -- Simplistix - Content Management, Zope Python Consulting - http://www.simplistix.co.uk ___ Zope maillist -

[Zope] How do I eval a variable within the acquisition path?

2007-08-21 Thread Tim Nash
I apologize for the question (the zope area of my brain must need coffee) but I can't find the answer in the zope book or in any of the scripts posted to the zope cookbook. I want to use a variable in a acquisition path. So for example, from the zope book on scripts, imagine that vaccinateplan()

Re: [Zope] How do I eval a variable within the acquisition path?

2007-08-21 Thread Tim Nash
, Jonathan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: - Original Message - From: Tim Nash [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: zope@zope.org Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 7:17 PM Subject: [Zope] How do I eval a variable within the acquisition path? I apologize for the question (the zope area of my brain must need

[Zope] folders show with firefox but not IE7

2007-07-23 Thread Tim Nash
Anyone experiencing weird behavior with IE 7? I was creating folders into a folder that had exiting folders and the new folders wouldn't show up (old ones did show)until I did a paste of a different folder. Then all the folders showed up. I removed the user folder and a catalog from that folder

Re: [Zope] does zope support java script

2007-07-17 Thread Tim Nash
Mohammed, yes, firebug is your best friend when doing javascript development! I am wondering if the script call in your html is calling the correct location? I suggest serving javascript from apache. Then you can just make a header dtml page that calls those javascript files. Any zope page

Re: [Zope] manipulating zodb from independent database connection

2007-04-14 Thread Tim Nash
(just what is google doing with zope?). There are lots of reasons to be getting into zope these days. Tim On 4/11/07, Stefan H. Holek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 11. Apr 2007, at 07:19, Tim Nash wrote: I'm using zope 2.5 (matches a book I like) and doing like so: This is a *very* old release

[Zope] manipulating zodb from independent database connection

2007-04-10 Thread Tim Nash
Does anybody have a script available that shows how to insert objects into the ZODB root['Application'] from a non-zope process outside the Zope application? Everytime I try to read root['Application'] I get a page template error. I'm using zope 2.5 (matches a book I like) and doing like so:

[Zope] zope form server and workflow

2007-02-06 Thread Tim Nash
I'd like to get zope developers advice. I'm interested in the possibility of developing a system by putting together several zope instance that talk to each other via web services. I'd like to use zope as a RESTful server but I am novice zope user. I have only built one product and that was over

Re: [Zope] work around for importing zexp into zope2.8.1?

2006-02-07 Thread Tim Nash
Dieter, Thanks again. It worked like a charm! Tim On 2/7/06, Dieter Maurer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tim Nash wrote at 2006-2-6 11:34 -0800: Has anyone come across a work around for the problem of importing zexp into zope 2.8.1? As others already pointed out: the easiest solution would

[Zope] work around for importing zexp into zope2.8.1?

2006-02-06 Thread Tim Nash
Hello Group, Has anyone come across a work around for the problem of importing zexp into zope 2.8.1? I want to utilize iungo which requires zexp imports but I'd rather not ask my hosting provider for an update to zope. Thanks Tim BTW, thanks for the input on using zope as a standard application

Re: [Zope] work around for importing zexp into zope2.8.1?

2006-02-06 Thread Tim Nash
2006 11:34:10 -0800 Tim Nash [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Group, Has anyone come across a work around for the problem of importing zexp into zope 2.8.1? What is the problem of importing? If you don't have the permission to files to be imported into the filesystem of your Zope

Re: [Zope] work around for importing zexp into zope2.8.1?

2006-02-06 Thread Tim Nash
Tim Nash [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: from my import Site Error An error was encountered while publishing this resource. Error Type: AttributeError Error Value: _length This is documented in doc/FAQ.txt of the Zope distribution. -aj

Re: [Zope] work around for importing zexp into zope2.8.1?

2006-02-06 Thread Tim Nash
Andreas, BTW, There is no ZCatalog objects found on my site. Tim On 2/6/06, Tim Nash [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well in the FAQ I see it says to call manage_convertIndexes of the ZCatalog which is a lot like what it says on the iungo site If you want to use iungo with Zope 2.8.X or Zope 2.9

Re: [Zope] work around for importing zexp into zope2.8.1?

2006-02-06 Thread Tim Nash
Andreas. iungo.zexp imports fine into zope 2.9 it doesn't import into zope2.8.1. Thanks for trying to help. It looks like I'm just stuck. Thanks, Tim On 2/6/06, Tim Nash [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andreas, BTW, There is no ZCatalog objects found on my site. Tim On 2/6/06, Tim Nash [EMAIL

Re: Zope development tutorial (Re: [Zope] Re: Product refreshing in Zope 2.9)

2006-02-02 Thread Tim Nash
PROTECTED] wrote: Tim Nash wrote at 2006-1-31 11:48 -0800: ... I have completed my first zope product and I find that the change in mindset is the biggest challenge. Zope is cool but it is quite different from php or java or cgi. Have you read the Zope Developper Guide? It is something like

[Zope] starter application for zope 2.x

2006-02-01 Thread Tim Nash
Does anybody have a zope 2.x application that you usually use to start building products with? I have combed the products at zope but they generally are built to demo a particular functionality. I am looking for an application that ties a lot of ideas together such as: 1. something that covers

Re: [Zope] Re: Product refreshing in Zope 2.9

2006-01-31 Thread Tim Nash
This thread has been interesting. I wish there was even more writing about how people develop with zope. I have completed my first zope product and I find that the change in mindset is the biggest challenge. Zope is cool but it is quite different from php or java or cgi. I wish that there was

Re: [Zope] Re: Product refreshing in Zope 2.9

2006-01-31 Thread Tim Nash
This thread has been interesting. I wish there was even more writing about how people develop with zope. I have completed my first zope product and I find that the change in mindset is the biggest challenge. Zope is cool but it is quite different from php or java or cgi. I wish that there was

[Zope] xform in zope 2.8

2005-11-27 Thread Tim Nash
Does anybody know how to monkey patch 2.8.0 so zope can process an xform? I found the xmlFix patch but a fellow zope user pointed out that 2.8.1 breaks the monkey patch because of the zope.app.publication.HTTPPublicationRequestFactory object. Does 2.8.0 have the HTTPPublicationRequestFactory