Re: [Zope] zope, xemacs and efs

2001-01-18 Thread Steve Spicklemire


Hmmm.. I use emacs/ange-ftp all the time with zope... many
versions.. with no trouble. Have you tried that? Since my
client is not 'X' (yet) I don't use xemacs... 

-steve

 "glw" == Geoffrey L Wright [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

glw I'd LOVE to be able to use efs with Zope.  Right now I end up
glw cutting and pasting code in and out of browser windows --
glw which just feels kind of unwieldy...

glw Thanks for any help or words of solace...


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Re: [Zope] zope, xemacs and efs

2001-01-18 Thread A.J. Rossini

 "SS" == Steve Spicklemire [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

SS Hmmm.. I use emacs/ange-ftp all the time with zope... many
SS versions.. with no trouble. Have you tried that? Since my
SS client is not 'X' (yet) I don't use xemacs...

Note that XEmacs is not fixated with X11 (anymore).  There do exist
versions for NT, and it will run in a terminal window...

best,
-tony

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Re: [Zope] zope, xemacs and efs

2001-01-18 Thread Marcin Kasperski

 I'd LOVE to be able to use efs with Zope.  Right now I end up cutting
 and pasting code in and out of browser windows -- which just feels
 kind of unwieldy...
 

What about 'File Upload'?

When I got to know about FTP access mode I liked it but it does not
handle versions so it is unusable for me...


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Re: [Zope] zope, xemacs and efs

2001-01-18 Thread Geoffrey L. Wright

Steve Spicklemire [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 Hmmm.. I use emacs/ange-ftp all the time with zope... many
 versions.. with no trouble. Have you tried that? Since my
 client is not 'X' (yet) I don't use xemacs... 

Nope.  But explicitly telling efs to use passive mode doesn't work,
I'll try that as a next step.

Thanks!

 -steve


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[Zope] zope, xemacs and efs

2001-01-17 Thread Geoffrey L. Wright


So I have a question for any zope/xemacs/emacs users out there...

Since entering the word of emacs about 5 months ago, I've fallen in
love.  At work I now just about live in emacs -- well, actually in
xemacs.  I've even gone so far as to start using gnus for all my mail
and news.  And I at work I use efs to access most of the code that I
work on.

Unfortunately, I seem to have a nasty problem with efs and Zope --
about 1 in 6 or 7 times I try to access Zope with efs I manage to kill
Zope!  And this in not just one install of Zope, nor is it one
specific instance of xemacs/efs.  I've killed Zope 2.2.x installed on
RedHat6.2 and 7.0, Debian, LinuxPPC and Win98.  I've managed to do
this with two different installs of xemacs on two different machines.
In one case I was using the xemacs RPM that comes with RH6.2
Powertools, and in another case I'm using the gtk-xemacs from xemacs
CVS.  (and boy is it purdy!)

Is this normal, or am I cursed in some way?  I just download the
2.2.3b1 version of Zope, dropped on a RH7.0 workstation and managed to
kill it again.  The strange thing is, I never have any other stability
problems with Zope.

I'd LOVE to be able to use efs with Zope.  Right now I end up cutting
and pasting code in and out of browser windows -- which just feels
kind of unwieldy...

Thanks for any help or words of solace...


//glw


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Re: [Zope] zope, xemacs and efs

2001-01-17 Thread A.J. Rossini


What version of EFS are you using, and if not recent, have you
considered upgrading the EFS package?

best,
-tony

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Re: [Zope] zope, xemacs and efs

2001-01-17 Thread Geoffrey L. Wright

[EMAIL PROTECTED] (A.J. Rossini) writes:

 What version of EFS are you using, and if not recent, have you
 considered upgrading the EFS package?

1.21

That's the most recent version listed by the xemacs package manager.
Is there a known problem with older versions of efs and  zope?

 best,
 -tony

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Re: [Zope] zope, xemacs and efs

2001-01-17 Thread ender

On Wednesday 17 January 2001 18:39, Geoffrey L. Wright wrote:
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] (A.J. Rossini) writes:
  What version of EFS are you using, and if not recent, have you
  considered upgrading the EFS package?

 1.21

 That's the most recent version listed by the xemacs package manager.
 Is there a known problem with older versions of efs and  zope?

!!i think!! zope in general has problems with active ftp clients. if you can 
make efs work passive only you'll probably have better results.


kapil

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Re: [Zope] zope, xemacs and efs

2001-01-17 Thread Geoffrey L. Wright

ender [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 On Wednesday 17 January 2001 18:39, Geoffrey L. Wright wrote:
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] (A.J. Rossini) writes:
   What version of EFS are you using, and if not recent, have you
   considered upgrading the EFS package?
 
  1.21
 
  That's the most recent version listed by the xemacs package manager.
  Is there a known problem with older versions of efs and  zope?
 
 !!i think!! zope in general has problems with active FTP clients. if you can 
 make efs work passive only you'll probably have better results.

I just set efs to explicitly use passive mode:

(setq efs-use-passive-mode t)

I've tried about 8 logins so far with no crash, which is better than I
usually get.  Of course, every once in a while I'll get on a run where
I succeed in 20 or more logins, and then I finally make an attempt
that kills Zope again.  If this works I'm gonna send ya flowers,
'cause this single problem has kept me from falling in love with Zope.

It would seem, though, like having Zope be so delicate in the face of
active FTP connections would constitute a fairly nasty bug.  Unless,
of course, the issue that I'm running to is completely idiosyncratic
to me.

 kapil

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