Re: [Zope] Name lookup emulation with a Product

2000-10-17 Thread Chris Withers
Pierre-Julien Grizel wrote: I looked at the __call__ method (and read the 'isDocTemp' thread ;-) ) and, if I must, I can replace m1 and m2 with a __call__ method taking another parameter specifying what kind of action it has to do. Well, there's another little gem which got covered in a

[Zope] Name lookup emulation with a Product

2000-10-05 Thread Pierre-Julien Grizel
Hi, I'd like to perform a name lookup inside a product, relying on acquisition, property and REQUEST lookups. In fact, I want to use the DTML Reference / Table 7 schema to look-up variables. I know how to perform REQUEST lookups. I know how to perform object properties lookups. I know how to

Re: [Zope] Name lookup emulation with a Product

2000-10-05 Thread Pierre-Julien Grizel
Chris Withers wrote: Pierre-Julien Grizel wrote: Hi, I'd like to perform a name lookup inside a product, relying on acquisition, property and REQUEST lookups. Are you talking about a python product's __call__ method, by any chance? Chris Ahem... Not exactly... I want my

Re: [Zope] Name lookup emulation with a Product

2000-10-05 Thread Chris Withers
Pierre-Julien Grizel wrote: I want my product to be callable with two method, say "m1" and "m2", that perform different tasks. How would these methods be called? Chris ___ Zope maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Zope] Name lookup emulation with a Product

2000-10-05 Thread Pierre-Julien Grizel
Chris Withers wrote: Pierre-Julien Grizel wrote: I want my product to be callable with two method, say "m1" and "m2", that perform different tasks. How would these methods be called? Chris Well, I've got my product P somewhere in my object hierarchy. Its methods _should_ be