RE: [Zope-dev] Import Libraries into Python Script

2001-02-17 Thread Itai Tavor
Brian Lloyd wrote: What's wrong with: import imaplib imaplib.__allow_access_to_unprotected_subobjects__ = 1 Nothing is wrong with it per se - but using the SecurityInfo interfaces (even indirectly through the helper stuff I checked in to PythonScripts for 2.3.1) is more

[Zope-dev] Zope 2.3.1b1 glitch?

2001-02-17 Thread Erik Enge
Hia. When entering the ZMI and clicking on Control_Panel, Database management and then Cache parameters I get two new tabs: Contents and Undo. It's probably just me, but I don't quite understand these two. Couldn't we display the Undo tab along with Database, Cache parameters and Flush Cache?

Re: [Zope-dev] Zope 2.3.1b1 glitch?

2001-02-17 Thread Erik Enge
[Erik Enge] [about undo tabs] Hm. Just discovered this. Both /Control_Panel/manage_undoForm and /Control_Panel/manage_UndoForm work fine. manage_undoForm redirects to manage_UndoForm after you've pressed the Undo-button though. Maybe that's where the

[Zope-dev] More Zope 2.3.1b1 stuff.

2001-02-17 Thread Erik Enge
This might be picking on very little things, but hey, someone has to do that too. :-) When adding a Version, the Help-button is there. Not a Help-link which seems to be the standard these days. Same goes for Mail Host, External Method, Z SQL Method and ZCatalog. Accelerated HTTP Cache Manager

Re: [Zope-dev] More Zope 2.3.1b1 stuff.

2001-02-17 Thread Erik Enge
[Erik Enge] | This might be picking on very little things And so is this: why isn't there a grey line above the Users in the acl_users? ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-dev ** No cross posts or

Re: [Zope-dev] More Zope 2.3.1b1 stuff.

2001-02-17 Thread Erik Enge
[Erik Enge] | [Erik Enge] | | | This might be picking on very little things | | And so is this Yeah, this also - but I promise, this is the last one. For today anyways. Either my eyes aren't quite awake yet, or this line appears two times in the Credits-section of /manage_copyright: """

Re: [Zope-dev] The structure of lib/python/*

2001-02-17 Thread Dieter Maurer
Erik Enge writes: I've been reading a lot of Zope code the last couple of years, but still I really don't see any overall structure of lib/python. Is this documented somewhere? I find the names quite self explanatory. Yes, I am a person that believes in self explanatory names and minimal

Re: [Zope-dev] The structure of lib/python/*

2001-02-17 Thread Shane Hathaway
Dieter Maurer wrote: Erik Enge writes: I've been reading a lot of Zope code the last couple of years, but still I really don't see any overall structure of lib/python. Is this documented somewhere? I find the names quite self explanatory. Yes, I am a person that believes in self

Re: [Zope-dev] Using Zope for Groupware/Messaging applications

2001-02-17 Thread Doug Hellmann
"R. David Murray" wrote: Let me be a bit less cryptic. Design your system, and use ZPatterns, and you can defer questions about which storage suits the parts of the app until later, and can change your mind at need. For the kind of project you are embarking upon, the time needed to learn

[Zope-dev] Extending propertysheets

2001-02-17 Thread Johan Carlsson
Hi, I have a strong desire to be able to extend propertysheets with more types possibly adding checking for them. For instance be able to specify URLs, email addresses, ISBN-number etc. Is this good idea at all? What would be the risks? Cheers, Johan Carlsson

Re: [Zope-dev] Using Zope for Groupware/Messaging applications

2001-02-17 Thread R. David Murray
On Sat, 17 Feb 2001, Doug Hellmann wrote: I've yet to see any documentation which sufficiently explains what ZPatterns is and how to use it for me to consider it in any of my projects. I've read the wiki pages and I just don't get it. Where should I be starting for enlightenment? Well, if

Re: [Zope-dev] The structure of lib/python/*

2001-02-17 Thread Erik Enge
[Dieter Maurer] | Erik Enge writes: | I've been reading a lot of Zope code the last couple of years, but | still I really don't see any overall structure of lib/python. Is this | documented somewhere? | | I find the names quite self explanatory. Yes, the names are fine in most cases. It