Is anyone using Quixote's PTL? http://www.mems-exchange.org/exchange/software/python/quixote/ It looks like it might be useful in the niche that involves too much logic for DTML, and too much joining-strings-together to make python (or PythonMethods) cumbersome. Toby Dickenson [EMAIL
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm wondering, is the ZODB easily 'fragmented' or .. un-optimized ? If so, are there any tools/functions that will 'unfragment' / optimize it? This really depends on the undelying storage used. Does the 'pack database' in the Administration menu do this?
Here I just repost a statement from Michael ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) concerning his workflow product (http://www.vivtek.com/wftk.html, Open-source workflow toolkit). Maybe it's useful for some further developments. Best regards Arno Gross, [EMAIL PROTECTED] Re: Workflow, Python and Zope Posted
Lalo Martins wrote: (So, to allow Anonymous to call has_permission on itself you have to enable "Access content information" for Anonymous on /acl_users) Hmmm, it might be safer to give Anonymous access to something liek a DTML method which does the work and calls has_permission and give this
Er Hmmm wow. I guess I never thought of attribute providers supplying anything other than instance 'data'. I'll have to try that! Thanks for the idea! This would mean that I could map methods onto my objects from any source I like... hoping that the acqusition machinery won't get confused!
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: (snip) If one is really interested in a separation of content and presentation (which I feel is good), then the "standard_html_*" were wrong in the first place. It forces the content author to prepare for presentation. Here's a historical note on this decision. At
Hi Shane, I dug up the mail :-) Shane Hathaway wrote: Chris Withers wrote: Using your sample 'bad' DTML, I got the same but the 'Contains name?' column didn't show up :-( Any ideas? (yes, I was tracking down a security exception, and that column may have been really useful ;-)
Potentially silly question: Any reason why a 'user folder' object has to be named 'acl_users'. -- E PLURIBUS LINUX ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-dev ** No cross posts or HTML encoding! **
"Phillip J. Eby" wrote: At 07:55 PM 9/20/00 -0600, Bill Anderson wrote: Potentially silly question: Any reason why a 'user folder' object has to be named 'acl_users'. Interesting. A quick search of the Zope source turns up only 9 references to 'acl_users', found in only 4 source