Re: [Zope-dev] [ANNOUNCE] emacs html helper mode with dtml support

2002-09-04 Thread Chris Withers
Could you do one for ZPT? :-) Chris de ZORZI Frederic wrote: http://www.zope.org/Members/fredz/html-helper-mode Here you can find a modified version of html-helper-mode.el (3.0.4jolly) for emacs who supports dtml tags : - Auto-indentation (with a little help :)) - Shortcuts /

[Zope-dev] Future of StructuredText

2002-09-04 Thread Andreas Jung
The exisiting implementation of StructuredText in Zope has several disadvantages: - its behaviour depends on the locale settings (letters and punctuation is taken from the locale settings). In some case the locale settings are imcomplete (characters ¡ and ¿ are not available through

Re: [Zope-dev] What does error code 136 mean?

2002-09-04 Thread Peter Keller
Leonardo, Many thanks for the hints. I will investigate, but I probably won't have time until next week. Of course, this all depends on how well gdb (or your preferred debugger, should you chose to adapt the instructions) works correctly with threads on True64. In my experience, the Tru64

Re: [Zope-dev] Future of StructuredText

2002-09-04 Thread Max M
Andreas Jung wrote: I would be fine to have reStructuredText inside the Zope core (for 2.7) and to deprecate the current StructuredText in the long run. +1 Open points: how to migrate exisiting STX documents to reStructuredText Wouldn't the simplest solution be: dtml-var content

Re: [Zope-dev] Future of StructuredText

2002-09-04 Thread Richard Jones
[courtesy cc send to David G, so if I make any blatantly errneous statements he can come chase me with the Big Stick :)] On Wed, 4 Sep 2002 8:01 pm, Max M wrote: Andreas Jung wrote: I would be fine to have reStructuredText inside the Zope core (for 2.7) and to deprecate the current

[Zope-dev] Re: Future of StructuredText

2002-09-04 Thread Simon Michael
Andreas Jung wrote: I would be fine to have reStructuredText inside the Zope core (for 2.7) and to deprecate the current StructuredText in the long run. My two cents - there are some things in rST I would like to have but I think it has gone too far with it's rules. If I had to choose one or

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Future of StructuredText

2002-09-04 Thread Chris McDonough
IMHO, the indenting hassle is one of the best features of classic STX. It's a pain to line things up but it does make for very readable source documents. I think STX-NG is a little better than ReST for constructing readable source docs; especially if they are long, like chapters of a book due

[Zope-dev] Confera and Zope 2.5.1

2002-09-04 Thread Phil Langton
Does anyone know if the confera product will run under 2.5.1, tried with an old installation of 2.2.1 and it refuses to be anything but broken? I know there are other and better bulletin boards but need to keep some Confera sites running if possible. Any help/advice gratefully accepted. Phil

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Future of StructuredText

2002-09-04 Thread Jeffrey P Shell
On 9/4/02 10:59 AM, Chris McDonough [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: IMHO, the indenting hassle is one of the best features of classic STX. It's a pain to line things up but it does make for very readable source documents. I think STX-NG is a little better than ReST for constructing readable

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Future of StructuredText

2002-09-04 Thread R. David Murray
On Wed, 4 Sep 2002, Jeffrey P Shell wrote: When writing books, however, you're most likely using an editor that makes it easy to reformat blocks at the proper indentation level. For a lot of web input where you still want to allow some simple structure, indentation It would be really sad if

[Zope-dev] Improving product management

2002-09-04 Thread Jeffrey Chan
I'm sure this has been proposed a thousand times b4. Product management/download/installation really should be integrated into ZMI, kinda like what apt-get does now. All products is already sitting on a central repository (zope.org), all that's needed is a front-end and a standard packaging

[Zope-dev] Re: Future of StructuredText

2002-09-04 Thread Simon Michael
R. David Murray [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: it would be really sad. So if that is a ruling criterion, I'd vote for two versions of structured text, preferably with a translator between them. Well, it would be easy enough (or maybe not, with current stx code) for structured text to accept

Re: [Zope-dev] Improving product management

2002-09-04 Thread Sidnei da Silva
On Qua 04 Set 2002 15:31, Jeffrey Chan wrote: | I'm sure this has been proposed a thousand times b4. Product | management/download/installation really should be integrated into ZMI, | kinda like what apt-get does now. | | All products is already sitting on a central repository (zope.org), all |

Re: [Zope-dev] Improving product management

2002-09-04 Thread Andy McKay
Ive discussed this long ago and started off ZPM to do that. However at the time PyPPM wasnt done and distutils wasn't standard. My enthusiasm ran out and there was this work conflict thing ;) Zope.org doesn't really have a good product querying system, something like Gideon is sorely needed. |

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Future of StructuredText

2002-09-04 Thread Richard Jones
On Thu, 5 Sep 2002 2:24 am, Simon Michael wrote: Andreas Jung wrote: I would be fine to have reStructuredText inside the Zope core (for 2.7) and to deprecate the current StructuredText in the long run. My two cents - there are some things in rST I would like to have but I think it has

Re: [Zope-dev] Improving product management

2002-09-04 Thread Eron Lloyd
I think this is a great idea. A good way to start would be to have a tab on the Control Panel entitles Updates, that would make some XML-RPC calls to Zope.org, and provide update and hotfix information when compared against your running server. Of course, how we know what is available is a good

[Zope-dev] Speaking of Structured Annoyances

2002-09-04 Thread Jeffrey P Shell
Um, how does one escape * in STX-NG? As in - what if one is entering an equation inline like 2 * 2 * 3 = 12? Or, does one just fall back on using x? -- Jeffrey P Shell www.cuemedia.com ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED]