On Mon, 2002-04-29 at 13:21, Jerome Alet wrote:
the attached patch to apply to zope/lib/python/OFS/dtml/main.dtml allows
people who want to use ZShell to type ZShell commands directly from the
Zope's Management Interface. It should be transparent for people who don't
want to use ZShell
Andy McKay wrote:
Is out and:
Large file support is now enabled on Win32 and Win64 platforms, and
automatically configured (at least on Linux and Solaris).
Cool, that will mean there will be less worries about Zope users hitting the
2 gig limit.
But will Zope 2.4.x run on 2.2 ?
Chris Withers wrote:
The following code:
objects = map(lambda b: b.getObject,brains)
try objects = map(lambda b: b.getObject(),brains)
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Barry A. Warsaw wrote:
With respect to Python, the issue has been hashed to death over in
c.l.py and other forums, so I think this will be my last post on the
subject here. IMO, the Python 2.0.1 license is the best of all
possible worlds. In the words of the FSF themselves:
Jerome Alet wrote:
On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Erik Enge wrote:
On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Jerome Alet wrote:
Java comes to mind, guess who is the powerful entity ;-)
I really can't see that Java has been bastardized by it, though.
I was told that some java programs only run under windows,
Jerome Alet wrote:
On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Anthony Baxter wrote:
Jerome Alet wrote
I personnally would love to see both Python and Zope be GPLed.
Why? No really. Exactly what do you gain from this? Assuming Zope's
license becomes GPL compatible, any packages you release you can
Stephan Richter wrote:
after I got finally frustrated enough with the current implementation of
the Zope DateTime module, I decided to write a wrapper for mxDateTime. I
checked the license, and the eGenix Public License is GPL compatible, so
that we can use it for Zope
Brad Clements wrote:
SOAP, WSDL and UDDI are coming in a big way. I think Zope/Python can compete
against MS .Net Services on the server side, but it does make sense to use .Net
components on the client, such as the webService behavior for IE.
Does it really exist (the webService behavior
Phil Harris wrote:
There are a few COM/COM+ components around that do xml-rpc.
I use them with MS Word to write Word files directly to Zope for instance.
Some are better than others, but ymmv so I'll hesitate to recommend one.
At least one of them is listed on xmlrpc.com.
CATTEAU Olivier wrote:
How to activate user tracking?
Just show this URL:
This seems to work only with BasicAuthentication.
Does anybody know a solution that integrates with
UserFolders using other authentication methods ?
Shane Hathaway wrote:
However, purely random IDs would cause all the buckets to be loaded in
memory all the time, so Jim's third idea was to have each client
increment sequentially from a random ID and move to a new random ID if
conflicts ever occur.
Can't one just assign some unique id
The Doctor What wrote:
* Adrian Hungate ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [010420 05:06]:
May be I am misunderstanding your problem here, but are you suggesting that
SELECT tab1.col1 col1, tab2.col1 col2
FROM ... etc ...
Does not expose 'col1' and 'col2' in the namespace for you? This is
Why does this work
dtml-call "_['testadd'].manage_addDTMLMethod('MethodId', 'Method
While this does not:
dtml-call "_['testadd'].manage_addZSQLMethod('ZSQLID', 'ZSQL Title',
'DB','','select * from data')"
Error Type: AttributeError
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