Re: [Zope] REQUEST.set('n', n+1) broken on zope.org

2000-12-04 Thread Pavel V. Piankov
ECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 5 ??? 2000 ?. 9:16 Subject: [Zope] REQUEST.set('n', n+1) broken on zope.org As the subject says, REQUEST.set('n', n+1) is broken on zope.org. The following DTML will raise an AttributeError on __add__: dtml-call REQUEST.set('n', 1) dtml-call REQUEST.set

Re: [Zope] REQUEST.set('n', n+1) broken on zope.org

2000-12-04 Thread Dieter Maurer
Richard Jones writes: As the subject says, REQUEST.set('n', n+1) is broken on zope.org. The following DTML will raise an AttributeError on __add__: dtml-call REQUEST.set('n', 1) dtml-call REQUEST.set('n', n+1) There may be a simple explanation (someone else already pointed out, that

Re: [Zope] REQUEST.set('n', n+1) broken on zope.org

2000-12-04 Thread Richard Jones
Dieter Maurer wrote: Richard Jones writes: As the subject says, REQUEST.set('n', n+1) is broken on zope.org. The following DTML will raise an AttributeError on __add__: dtml-call REQUEST.set('n', 1) dtml-call REQUEST.set('n', n+1) There may be a simple explanation (someone

[Zope] REQUEST.set('n', n+1) broken on zope.org

2000-12-03 Thread Richard Jones
As the subject says, REQUEST.set('n', n+1) is broken on zope.org. The following DTML will raise an AttributeError on __add__: dtml-call REQUEST.set('n', 1) dtml-call REQUEST.set('n', n+1) Is this a permanent change and is this going into the Zope codebase? Richard -- Richard Jones