Re: FW: [Zope3-Users] ZODB storage ways

2006-04-03 Thread David Pratt
Hi Pete. I have been looking at SQLAlchemy for Zope3. Can you advise how you are using this with zope's transactions. It seems that there are some folks using SQLAlchemy with Zope3 for sure. I am hoping to see a few things formalized somewhere or some work on assembling a small package like

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: FW: ZODB storage ways

2006-04-04 Thread David Pratt
popular these days :). Jürgen David Pratt wrote: Hi Pete. I have been looking at SQLAlchemy for Zope3. Can you advise how you are using this with zope's transactions. It seems that there are some folks using SQLAlchemy with Zope3 for sure. I am hoping to see a few things formalized somewhere

Re: FW: [Zope3-Users] ZODB storage ways

2006-04-04 Thread David Pratt
though. if anyone else out there is using sqlalchemy and zope3, i'd love to hear comments and suggestions. I'm a neophyte when it comes to integrating the two. i'm sure there are better ways than i'm currently going about it. On 4/3/06, David Pratt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Pete. I have been

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: FW: ZODB storage ways

2006-04-04 Thread David Pratt
Hi Jurgen. Thank you for moving this forward. I believe this should attract the right kind of attention. At the very least, it will focus effort on a common SQLAlchemy solution (which I am certain will have broad appeal). Regards, David j.kartnaller wrote: David Pratt wrote: Hi Jurgen

Re: FW: [Zope3-Users] ZODB storage ways

2006-04-04 Thread David Pratt
at that level would have been overkill (not to mention i don't know how ;) ), but now that a project to do so is underway, i'm always for doing it the right way over the quick way, and will be watching the SVN closely. On 4/4/06, David Pratt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Pete. Thank you for your

[Zope3-Users] Zope3 as a package

2006-04-05 Thread David Pratt
Hi. I am interested in Z3 for a desktop app and would be looking at using py2exe and py2app for packaging along with the gui and its functionality. It seems at the outset this might be sort of messy since Zope typically expects to live somewhere other than site-packages at the outset and then

Re: [Zope3-Users] Zope3 as a package

2006-04-05 Thread David Pratt
. Regards, David Lennart Regebro wrote: On 4/5/06, David Pratt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi. I am interested in Z3 for a desktop app and would be looking at using py2exe and py2app for packaging along with the gui and its functionality. It seems at the outset this might be sort of messy since Zope

Re: [Zope3-Users] Zope3 as a package

2006-04-05 Thread David Pratt
Hi Fred. I appreciate your time to identify these documents that will help clarify this for me. This is very helpful. Thank you. Regards, David Fred Drake wrote: On 4/5/06, David Pratt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Fred. Thanks for this. The packaging code for Z3 for Windows is a good example

[Zope3-Users] Blobs and filestream iterator

2006-04-12 Thread David Pratt
Hi. I had written a repository product in zope2 for blobs. I am looking at bringing this into Z3 at the moment and looking for equivalent for stream iterator of zpublisher. Regards, David ___ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3-users@zope.org

[Zope3-Users] ZEO Zope3 and Twisted

2006-04-18 Thread David Pratt
Is there any plan to provide security for ZEO client / server communication using Twisted now that it is in Zope3? Many thanks Regards, David ___ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3-users@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Blobs in Z3 anyone?

2006-04-19 Thread David Pratt
is independent of blobs. There was some talk a while back about Zope 3 implementing some form of IResult interface that allowed for streaming. I'm not sure where that ended up, though. I seem to remember Jim checking something in. - C On Apr 19, 2006, at 7:34 PM, David Pratt wrote: Thanks Phillip

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Re: Blobs in Z3 anyone?

2006-04-20 Thread David Pratt
Hi Chris. This is great! I'll check this out. It would be great however if I could get a clearer picture of large file handling in Z3. Is there an equivalent IStreamIterator in Z3 or not? I am still trying to determine this from the dialog. If not, can someone please explain what had been

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Re: Blobs in Z3 anyone?

2006-04-20 Thread David Pratt
Ok, great. Chris, let me know if I can help out at all on this project. Regards, David Chris McDonough wrote: In z3, apparently you just return a file from your code and the publisher knows enough to send it efficiently. - C On Apr 20, 2006, at 8:15 AM, David Pratt wrote: Hi Chris

[Zope3-Users] Overriding zope.conf in zope.app.twisted.main

2006-04-21 Thread David Pratt
Hi. I am hoping someone can suggest an approach for overriding zope.conf settings for use in zope.app.twisted.main since I want this to be dynamic (based on the platform) and wish to consolidate my own apps configuration information that changes depending upon the platform. services are

[Zope3-Users] Send credentials in a remote request

2006-04-24 Thread David Pratt
Is there a way to send credentials in a request for remote access in zope3? I did this with: user:[EMAIL PROTECTED]://www.example.com/path/to/whatever to do this in z2 but this does not work in z3. Regards, David ___ Zope3-users mailing list

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: ZEO Zope3 and Twisted

2006-04-24 Thread David Pratt
Hi Florent. Ok, I will post on other list. David Florent Guillaume wrote: David Pratt wrote: Is there any plan to provide security for ZEO client / server communication using Twisted now that it is in Zope3? Many thanks This belongs to the zodb-dev list really. At the moment ZEO still uses

[Zope3-Users] getUtility outside of the zope.app

2006-05-26 Thread David Pratt
Hi. For the use of interfaces outside of zope.app, does getUtility have any value? Many thanks. Regards, David ___ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3-users@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users

[Zope3-Users] Re: getUtility outside of the zope.app

2006-05-26 Thread David Pratt
Hi Philip. Sorry for the oblique question. I am using zope interfaces in a project outside of zope and looking at how I might use some of other bits of zope's functionality. Many thanks. Regards, David Philipp von Weitershausen wrote: David Pratt wrote: Hi. For the use of interfaces

Re: [Zope3-Users] Overriding zope.conf in zope.app.twisted.main

2006-06-01 Thread David Pratt
Stephan Richter wrote: On Friday 21 April 2006 13:11, David Pratt wrote: I hoping to feed the configuration data as dictionary or similar instead of providing a config option and file path. Many thanks. I think the startup machinery depends on the options object. You basically would have

Re: [Zope3-Users] Time Zones/Internationalization

2006-06-05 Thread David Pratt
Hi David. pytz is a standard python package included in zope that can help you manage time zone issues. There are methods to represent time that is properly offset according to a large database of global timezones. This will help you present the view of time you wish to your application's

[Zope3-Users] twisted cred and zope authentication

2006-06-16 Thread David Pratt
Hi. Has any assembled authentication in z3 that can use a twisted cred source for principals and groups? Many thanks. Regards, David ___ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3-users@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users

Re: [Zope3-Users] SFTP , SSL

2006-06-16 Thread David Pratt
Hi Mike. Can you confirm you have pyopenssl-0.6 installed and proper paths in your config. It should look like this in your config if you are using the default files supplied. sslserver type HTTPS address 8443 privatekeypath $CONFDIR/server.pem certificatepath $CONFDIR/server.pem

Re: [Zope3-Users] SFTP , SSL

2006-06-16 Thread David Pratt
handling problems) that I found in the release notes was just the explanation I found convincing at that time. -Andreas On Fri, Jun 16, 2006 at 06:53:02PM -0300, David Pratt wrote: Hi Mike. Can you confirm you have pyopenssl-0.6 installed and proper paths in your config. It should look like

Re: Fwd: [Zope3-Users] SFTP , SSL

2006-06-22 Thread David Pratt
Hi Michael. There is DAV module in twisted in web2. I have not played with this yet but it was on my to do list. Are you using this in this development? Many thanks David Michael Kerrin wrote: I am currently have an ongoing side project to rewrite WebDAV support for zope, in order to get

Re: Re : [Zope3-Users] Using twisted spread client within zope

2006-06-22 Thread David Pratt
Hi Stephane. It is possible to use a spread client in zope. That said, I am not sure whether you are attempting to integrate the new pb (unstable) or currently stable pb. Either way, I cannot provide code for you but say that this is not trivial. It also requires conforming zope storages to

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Splitting ZODB ?

2006-06-26 Thread David Pratt
Hi Jim. Where should this be done (separate identifier). I was thinking of a UUID of some sort when I read this which could be helpful for other things. Regards, David Jim Fulton wrote: If you do need a separate identifier of some kind, you can use a key reference or use an integer id from

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Splitting ZODB ?

2006-06-26 Thread David Pratt
doctest-based testing practices.) Jim On Jun 26, 2006, at 6:59 AM, David Pratt wrote: Hi Jim. Where should this be done (separate identifier). I was thinking of a UUID of some sort when I read this which could be helpful for other things. Regards, David Jim Fulton wrote: If you do need

[Zope3-Users] Role based skinning

2006-06-26 Thread David Pratt
Hi I am looking at creating a skinning situation based on roles. Admin skin would not be a full access ZMI but provide some enhanced views for a manager where I may have one or more skins based for a member and then anonymous. Some general advice on how one might best achieve this would be

Re: [Zope3-Users] IRelationshipMapper

2006-07-07 Thread David Pratt
Hi Pete. Isn't this what relationship does or could do? http://svn.zope.org/zc.relationship/trunk/src/zc/relationship Regards, David Pete Taylor wrote: Hi all, The other day I had an interesting idea for managing complex inter-object relationships in Zope3 in a way I haven't seen done before.

Re: [Zope3-Users] Security alert: use of Through-the-Web reStructuredText

2006-07-08 Thread David Pratt
Jim Fulton wrote: Recently, a serious security flaw was found in Zope 2 due to it's improper support for allowing reStructuredText to be edited through-the-web. reStructuredText has directives that allow inclusion of any file a Zope process could read and inclusion of data obtained from

Re: [Zope3-Users] Security alert: use of Through-the-Web reStructuredText

2006-07-19 Thread David Pratt
Jim Fulton wrote: On Jul 18, 2006, at 2:55 PM, David Pratt wrote: Hi Jim. I was noticing a 0.4.0-zope in distutils I don't know what you mean by this. that looks patched with NotImplementedErrors for the offending code in docutils.parsers.rst.directives.misc. Can you when this will land

Re: [Zope3-Users] Security alert: use of Through-the-Web reStructuredText

2006-07-19 Thread David Pratt
Benji York wrote: David Pratt wrote: You are probably right but just the same I'd rather see the patched version for z3 also since I am certain this will become less obvious over time if it is left the way it is. Instead of maintaining a fork of docutils, Zope 3 should (and may already, I

Re: [Zope3-Users] Security alert: use of Through-the-Web reStructuredText

2006-07-19 Thread David Pratt
Benji York wrote: David Pratt wrote: What about the idea of maintaining a text file in the distribution specific to possible security issues. Is this worth considering for historical purposes so they do not get lost over time or implicitly understood by only a handful of people. Exactly

Re: [Zope3-Users] ImportError when calling runzope.

2006-07-19 Thread David Pratt
Hi Luke. It seems that you may have copied package-includes files from an instance of an older distribution to your newer one or perhaps your are trying to use an older zope instance for your newer zope version. The error is pointing to sendmail-meta.zcml as the source of your trouble. In

[Zope3-Users] Getting SOFTWARE_HOME

2006-07-22 Thread David Pratt
Can someone advise how get a handle of SOFTWARE_HOME on a running zope3 instance. Many thanks. Regards, David ___ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3-users@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users

Re: [Zope3-Users] Generations and sql

2006-07-22 Thread David Pratt
, 2006, at 2:48 PM, David Pratt wrote: I am interested in hearing from anyone who may be using generations in conjunction with relational database storages in zope3 as a means of maintaining their schemas. Does anyone have any experience with this to indicate how well this works for rdb's. Many

Re: [Zope3-Users] zalchemy integration

2006-08-12 Thread David Pratt
of interesting and exciting developments - to build on something that has been in fact solidifying for years now. Regards, David Jeff Shell wrote: On 8/12/06, David Pratt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Jeff. Your approach is very interesting. There is lots room in Zope for differences in the way

Re: [Zope3-Users] zalchemy integration

2006-08-14 Thread David Pratt
Roger Ineichen wrote: Hi David [...] Hi Roger. This is really interesting. It would be good to see a very small demo of these nice packages you have been contributing - something that would put together the minimal layer, menu package, and a few basic viewlets just to give folks a basic

Re: [Zope3-Users] Blog package

2006-08-17 Thread David Pratt
Hi Stephan. Many thanks for this excellent example! :-) Regards, David Stephan Richter wrote: On Thursday 17 August 2006 10:32, David Pratt wrote: Hi Stephan. Yes, I have seen this added recently with great interest. :-) I'm hoping to experiment with this shortly to see how this works. Can

[Zope3-Users] zc.tables integration with Zope3

2006-08-21 Thread David Pratt
Hi. I am wondering if zc.tables could not be incorporated into Zope3 trunk. My rational for its inclusion is so that the contents views may be refactored to use it. The current contents view makes little sense without batching and sorting. The ZMI could really use this basic face lift to bring

Re: [Zope3-Users] zc.tables integration with Zope3

2006-08-22 Thread David Pratt
flexibility). I think if this is what is advocated for skinning, Zope3 ought to be presented with a default skin that uses this approach. Many thanks. Regards, David Stephan Richter wrote: On Monday 21 August 2006 15:14, David Pratt wrote: Hi. I am wondering if zc.tables could not be incorporated

Re: [Zope3-Users] zc.tables integration with Zope3

2006-08-23 Thread David Pratt
Hi Jim. This approach is completely new to me. It is interesting and I'll keep an eye on your blog. How expensive is updating indexes with data modification. You are talking about sqlite, does this mean you figure the indexes would be a significant drag on the ZODB due their size or is this

Re: [Zope3-Users] z3c.extfile and ZEO ?

2006-09-06 Thread David Pratt
Thierry, you may want to consider blobs when they become generally available through zodb. It takes care of the management details for ZEO and files. Regard, David Bernd Dorn wrote: On 01.09.2006, at 15:36, Thierry Florac wrote: Hi, I just discovered the z3c.extfile package that I'd

[Zope3-Users] Field sets in zope3

2006-10-15 Thread David Pratt
Hi. One thing I like about django's admin interface is the ability to easily group fields in a form with dozens of fields into field sets that expand or collapse a portion of the form making it more usable. Has anyone done anything similar using formlib at this point or have any pointers on

[Zope3-Users] Utilities naming convention

2006-11-16 Thread David Pratt
Just a simple question of style for naming utilities. I don't like caps in urls. Is there a general convention of using CamelCase for utility names or is it just my imagination. Should I use what I prefer? Would just like to know what others do. Thanks Regards, David

Re: [Zope3-Users] Utilities naming convention

2006-11-16 Thread David Pratt
Probably should have clarified - I am referring to Utility container names not anything to do with Python coding standards. David Pratt wrote: Just a simple question of style for naming utilities. I don't like caps in urls. Is there a general convention of using CamelCase for utility names

Re: [Zope3-Users] Utilities naming convention

2006-11-17 Thread David Pratt
:09:52PM -0400, David Pratt wrote: Probably should have clarified - I am referring to Utility container names not anything to do with Python coding standards. None that I'm aware of. Only the title of the utility's registration matters for your application - which is '' in very often

[Zope3-Users] Buildout query

2006-11-22 Thread David Pratt
I am just beginning to look at buildout. I want to be able to combine my z3 packages with some of z3's, also replacing some of z3's packages for customized versions of the same package. Is anyone doing this or similar yet that they might comment on how useful buildout is on anything more

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout query

2006-11-24 Thread David Pratt
is more transparent and less of a distraction for development. Many thanks. Regards, David David Pratt wrote: I am just beginning to look at buildout. I want to be able to combine my z3 packages with some of z3's, also replacing some of z3's packages for customized versions of the same package

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout query

2006-11-24 Thread David Pratt
machinery for a custom application. -k On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 13:57:25 -0600, David Pratt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is perhaps a bit too early for this discussion. All I can say is that it is getting tougher to keep track of packages and dependencies when you want to mix and match for different

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout query

2006-11-24 Thread David Pratt
at though I need to improve my egg lingo due to the different ways of describing eggs :-) Many thanks. Regards, David David Pratt wrote: Hi Kapil. Many thanks for your reply. I will be sure to look at this. Examining a few real applications that make use of buildout should definitely help

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout query

2006-11-25 Thread David Pratt
. I guess we need a customzope.recipe :-) I'll be trying this today in any case. I would be great if someone could advise whether I am on the right track. Many thanks. Regards, David David Pratt wrote: Hi there. I downloaded documentlibrary to experiment a bit. Though I got a traceback

[Zope3-Users] Zope SVN

2006-12-22 Thread David Pratt
I noticed differences in package structures in the zope repository while trying to automate a couple of repository tasks. I have worked around these already (and don't know if it really matters to anyone else). If it does, I thought I ought to communicate these - but not sure if this is the

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: RFC 4122 UUIDs

2007-04-05 Thread David Pratt
I also like the idea of UUIDs the way they are meant to be - which should be independent of the instance. I can imagine a further possibility to synchronize objects from independent zodb sources if this existed. The UUID generator that I have been looking at is with the Chandler project

[Zope3-Users] Repozo and events

2007-04-05 Thread David Pratt
Hi. I am interested in maintaining the zope object database in a way that I can have it back up quickly and without loss if needed (locating the backup files to another machine for restoration if needed in a failure situation). I realize the normal way to use repozo is using cron to create

[Zope3-Users] Performace production with squid

2007-04-06 Thread David Pratt
Hi. I guess I have pretty much always used to putting apache and zope together. Lately, I am trying to learn a bit more about squid. Particularly how squid, apache2 and zope3 can play together to create a high performance site. It's a big topic I realize, but I am hoping especially on the

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: execution time of a request?

2007-04-07 Thread David Pratt
Hi Jurgen and Marius. Can you advise whether the profiling library is generally available and if so where to find it. Many thanks. Regards, David Jürgen Kartnaller wrote: By the way, marius, thanks for your great profiling library. ___ Zope3-users

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: execution time of a request?

2007-04-07 Thread David Pratt
Hi Cristophe. Found it and it looks helpful for sure. Many thanks. Regards, David Christophe Combelles wrote: You can find interesting things on his blog: http://mg.pov.lt/blog/benchmarking-zope3-apps.html Christophe David Pratt a écrit : Hi Jurgen and Marius. Can you advise whether

Re: [Zope3-Users] handling a mass of images/files

2007-04-11 Thread David Pratt
Hi Dominique. Tramline pkg provides this capability with Apache and mod_python. Alernatively, you could likely construct a paste package to handle the data as middleware. Blobs are good and data will be saved within the transaction. Regards, David Dominique Lederer wrote: hi i´m just

Re: [Zope3-Users] ZEO security examples

2007-04-13 Thread David Pratt
Hi Thierry. There is a basic means of authentication built in to ZEO but it is not terribly secure. You can read about it in the zeo source. You may wish to look as Fred's zc.sshtunnel package to help you secure your communication. Regards, David Thierry Florac wrote: Hi, Maybe I'm

Re: [Zope3-Users] zope.intid and UUIDs

2007-04-17 Thread David Pratt
I like this idea of abstracting the code for ids myself. It will be interesting to hear what others have to say. Can you advise whether the UUID utility will be ZPL licensed since this is important if you are talking about something with generic functionality for z3. Many thanks. Regards,

[Zope3-Users] Including overrides in buildout in site.zcml for zc.zope3recipes:app

2007-04-20 Thread David Pratt
I am wondering what to do about including overrides that would have normally gone into my /etc to be used in a globally. I am using the zope3recipes. It defines an app part with an explcit site.zcml. site.zcml is used verbatim in the buildout but is also need it a layer to run functional

Re: [Zope3-Users] Including overrides in buildout in site.zcml for zc.zope3recipes:app

2007-04-20 Thread David Pratt
in /etc. In the buildout, adding the overrides to site.zcml this way does not produce same result. Any thing else I should try? Many thanks Regards, David David Pratt wrote: I am wondering what to do about including overrides that would have normally gone into my /etc to be used

Re: [Zope3-Users] Including overrides in buildout in site.zcml for zc.zope3recipes:app

2007-04-20 Thread David Pratt
My bad. This seems to do the trick. includeOverrides package=ns.myapp file=overrides.zcml / I incorrectly assumed includeOverrides would pick up the overrides file. Regards, David David Pratt wrote: Hi. Tried putting overrides.zcml in my app package. To site.zcml in my buildout I added

Re: [Zope3-Users] ZODB? PostgreSQL?

2007-04-23 Thread David Pratt
Hi. You do not have to have to sacrifice an object database to use postgres. You may wish to look at pgstorage for your backend and have best of both worlds. See: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pgstorage I am hoping to eggify this before long and bring it into a namespace package to make it

[Zope3-Users] Remote authentication

2007-05-10 Thread David Pratt
Hi. Has anyone got a bit of a blueprint for a remote authentication in zope 3. I wish to authenticate on a z3 site (site 1) using credentials stored on a different z3 site (site 2) over the Internet (otherwise would likely use LDAP). I do not want to maintain users on site 1. I only want users

Re: [Zope3-Users] Remote authentication

2007-05-10 Thread David Pratt
Hi Bernd. Yes, this should give me something similar to examine. Many thanks. Regards David Bernd Dorn wrote: as a plugin example you may want to take a look at http://svn.zope.org/ldappas/ regards, bernd On 10.05.2007, at 18:13, David Pratt wrote: Hi. Has anyone got a bit of a blueprint

Re: [Zope3-Users] Remote authentication

2007-05-11 Thread David Pratt
: Am Donnerstag, 10. Mai 2007 18:13 schrieb David Pratt: Hi. Has anyone got a bit of a blueprint for a remote authentication in zope 3. I wish to authenticate on a z3 site (site 1) using credentials stored on a different z3 site (site 2) over the Internet (otherwise would likely use LDAP). I do

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Remote authentication

2007-05-11 Thread David Pratt
managing users as a result. Many thanks. Regards, David Raphael Ritz wrote: David Pratt wrote: Hi Hermann. Thanks for your reply. Haven't quite decided on this but I've got things to try that might be more efficient than xmlrpc. I'm likely to attempt an authentication server with web service

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Remote authentication

2007-05-11 Thread David Pratt
Hi Maciej. I'll definitely check this out and look for docs on the plugin. It sounds very promising since it is a working solution for Z2 :-) On top of it, there ought to be good hints in Z2's PAS for doing something in Z3. Hopefully it can be worked in to some functionality for users/groups

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Remote authentication

2007-05-12 Thread David Pratt
Hi Maciej. I have been reading quite a bit about CAS today. It looks like a good way to go. Couple of questions with how you having it working in z2. Are you using LDAP as a user store with CAS. I have downloaded a few of the z2 products to study the code in the interim since a plugin for z3

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Remote authentication

2007-05-12 Thread David Pratt
Hi Maciej. Thank you for your reply and outlining the authentication process. This does make things clearer. There are a variety of backends, I read that something as simple as reading fom a file is possible. ldappas and dl.ldapauth provide some good hints for plugins and user management from

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Remote authentication

2007-05-14 Thread David Pratt
Hi Maciej. I'm putting up a project today. If there is anyone else that has been following this thread that would like to contribute to a CAS solution for z3 please let me know. Just a side note that the PHP client for CAS uses sessions. I'm going to contact Martijn on the ldappas work and

Re: [Zope3-Users] Blog naming proposals

2007-05-28 Thread David Pratt
Florian Lindner wrote: Hello, some people might have noticed I am developing a Blog package for Zope3. Since it slowly becomes functional (an older version is working at http://xgm.de) I want to release it (under an free and open source licence). Hi Florian. I hope this means ZPL so that it

Re: [Zope3-Users] z3c.form 1.0.0 released!

2007-05-30 Thread David Pratt
Hi Stephan and Roger. This is a great package. Thank you for this work. As far as other demos, I'd like to see a couple of things: 1) An iteration of the wizard that will not allow show submit button or allow submit until the end of all steps. 2) A demo to show how fields can be grouped.

Re: [Zope3-Users] z3c.form 1.0.0 released!

2007-05-30 Thread David Pratt
the way live search works (and without generating all options in the form). Regards David David Pratt wrote: Hi Stephan and Roger. This is a great package. Thank you for this work. As far as other demos, I'd like to see a couple of things: 1) An iteration of the wizard that will not allow show

Re: [Zope3-dev] Re: [Zope3-Users] z3c.form 1.0.0 released!

2007-05-30 Thread David Pratt
. This is to show a form with a couple of additional useful form buttons (another nice feature integrated in django forms) Save and add another Save and continue editing Regards, David Stephan Richter wrote: On Wednesday 30 May 2007 11:06, David Pratt wrote: 1) An iteration of the wizard

Re: [Zope3-Users] z3c.form 1.0.0 released!

2007-06-03 Thread David Pratt
Richter wrote: On Wednesday 30 May 2007 12:27, David Pratt wrote: Another form related demo might show how to effectively use a data source with a large number of choices in a select list (like choosing a user in a select list from all users on the site) using an ajax widget where you can start

Re: [Zope3-Users] Using global utilities when creating an global utility

2007-06-19 Thread David Pratt
Hi Jan-Wijbrand, you may wish to look at z3c.configurator since this may help with the issue you are having. It seems to solve the issue of configuration with that depends on the need for other things to be setup first. The doc test explains its capabilities. Regards, David Jan-Wijbrand

[Zope3-Users] Re: [Zope] z3c.form 1.3.0, z3c.formui 1.0.1, and z3c.formdemo 1.1.0 released!

2007-06-22 Thread David Pratt
Hi Stephan. This is some really awesome work and some great new examples as well. There is more to explore and to anticipate with ajax - it is all really very excellent. When running the demo, I needed to add zope.rdb to the setup.py and its corresponding meta and configuration files to

[Zope3-Users] Re: z3c.form now has group support

2007-06-27 Thread David Pratt
Woo hoo! This is excellent Stephan and an easy way to handle this common scenario (and much more elegant than Django for sure). Many thanks for your great work on this! Regards, David Stephan Richter wrote: Hi David, I just wanted to let you know that I just checked in some group support

Re: [Zope3-Users] z3c.form 1.4.0, z3c.formui 1.1.0, and z3c.formdemo 1.2.0 released!

2007-07-03 Thread David Pratt
, again thanks to the great feedback we received -- especially from David Pratt, Roy Mathew, and Joachim Werner -- we were able to fine-tune our new form framework even more to make it as robust of a foundation as possible for your projects! New features include group support, fully internationalized

[Zope3-Users] z3c.recipe.runscript

2007-08-02 Thread David Pratt
Thank you Stephan for z3c.recipe.runscript. I am just going through some recipe's and was also thinking about something like this. I'll be checking it out in the next day or so. Many thanks. Regards, David ___ Zope3-users mailing list

[Zope3-Users] Cheeseshop very flakey today

2007-08-02 Thread David Pratt
Anyone else noticing the Cheeseshop is operating very poorly today. It just sucks. :( I guess I should really be storing more egg content locally since the service just seems to be getting worse as time goes on. Regards, David ___ Zope3-users mailing

Re: [Zope3-Users] Cheeseshop very flakey today

2007-08-02 Thread David Pratt
Hi Jeff. I've run into this a few times but just for some minutes at a time. Today is the worst it has ever been in my recollection. I been waiting for packages for more than half an hour and still nothing. Just getting internal server errors when attempting to browse also - not a good sign.

Re: [Zope3-Users] Cheeseshop very flakey today

2007-08-02 Thread David Pratt
Hi Benji. Looks like its back. Thanks for this for future reference. Many thanks. Regards, David Benji York wrote: Jeff Shell wrote: Today was the first day I was going to try out buildout by watching it run on z3c.formdemo. But, alas, it's been very flakey. You can put index =

Re: [Zope3-Users] best way to get started nowadays?

2007-09-22 Thread David Pratt
Hi Chris. Phillip has put together a zopeproject package to give folks a start, you may want to check this out. Best advice is to study the sources for the patterns prevalent in zope packages - they are your best guide to see how pretty much anything modern is done. There is plenty of

[Zope3-Users] Re: [Zope3-dev] Re: [Zope] Static Zope 3 APIDOC available!

2007-09-28 Thread David Pratt
Very nice. Many thanks for this. Regards, David Baiju M wrote: Stephan Richter wrote: Hi everyone, I am happy to announce that the second Foliage sprint task is completed. Julian Bonilla, Graham Stratton and I worked on the outstanding issues on creating a functional version of the

Re: [Zope3-Users] formlib vs z3c.form

2007-12-06 Thread David Pratt
Chris. There are two demo packages in svn. I'd recommend reading the doc tests which are very complete. Doc tests are the common place to look for package documentation besides the generally basic README.txt. I would not recommend developing with formlib. Regards, David Chris Withers wrote:

[Zope3-Users] Literal double quoted string within single quoted attribute in ZPT

2007-12-17 Thread David Pratt
Hi. Is there solution for create a single quoted attribute using tal:attributes containing literal double quoted items. I am using a python method for generating the string. I understand structure will unquote but it does not work with an attribute. I see there is a new z3c.tal package based

Re: [Zope3-Users] Geospatial packages with a demo application

2007-12-19 Thread David Pratt
Hi Sean. This is very exciting news. The BSD licensing also makes this very practical for use in any project. Many thanks for making for these great resources available. Regards, David Sean Gillies wrote: Hi all, I've been making geographic/GIS applications with Plone and recently made the

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout and custom python

2007-12-20 Thread David Pratt
Hey Darryl. Our minds were in a similar place today. I finally had decided to move away from my system python starting on my mac and also having a spot of trouble. I put something simple together below to illustrate what happened in my instance. Here the eggs built with the python would not

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout and custom python

2007-12-20 Thread David Pratt
script in the mix. Regards, Darryl On Thu, 2007-12-20 at 21:03 -0400, David Pratt wrote: Hey Darryl. Our minds were in a similar place today. I finally had decided to move away from my system python starting on my mac and also having a spot of trouble. I put something simple together below

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout and custom python

2007-12-21 Thread David Pratt
Hi Benji. This is exactly what I have been doing up till now and has been working well for quick work on a local development machine. My current thinking though is to take control of as much of the software as possible so that development == deployment on my local machine to mitigate the risk

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout and custom python

2007-12-21 Thread David Pratt
[active-python] executable = ${python24:location}/bin/python [interpreter] recipe = zc.recipe.egg interpreter = interpreter eggs = zc.buildout Cheetah==1.0 python = active-python Jim Fulton wrote: On Dec 20, 2007, at 8:58 PM, David Pratt wrote: Right. Thanks for this, there are couple

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout and custom python

2007-12-21 Thread David Pratt
Benji York wrote: David Pratt wrote: Hi Benji. This is exactly what I have been doing up till now and has been working well for quick work on a local development machine. My current thinking though is to take control of as much of the software as possible so that development == deployment

Re: [Zope3-Users] Buildout and custom python

2007-12-21 Thread David Pratt
Jim Fulton wrote: On Dec 20, 2007, at 8:03 PM, David Pratt wrote: Hey Darryl. Our minds were in a similar place today. I finally had decided to move away from my system python starting on my mac and also having a spot of trouble. I put something simple together below to illustrate what

Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: [Zope-dev] Zope 3.4.0 candidate 1 Released

2008-02-01 Thread David Pratt
1, 2008 4:09 PM, David Pratt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] It might be nice for the marketing of zope to give each set of eggs a nice name. Just using familiar mozilla names as an illustration, see how nice zope-thunderbird or zope-firefox look. So do away with the kgs in the name and create

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: [Zope3-Users] Re: Zope 3.4.0 candidate 1 Released

2008-02-01 Thread David Pratt
Martin Aspeli wrote: I think you're right on the money. I really have very little idea of how Zope 3 is supposed to be used right now, or what Zope 3 really is (and no-one fully agrees, as evidenced by other posts in this thread). Having to piece together that information from the mailing

[Zope3-Users] Buildout bug?

2008-02-14 Thread David Pratt
Hi. I have done some fairly sophisticated buildouts over the past year but here's something I have not done with an extension before now that I thought ought to be possible: [buildout] extends = ${some-part:path}/foo/bar.cfg [some-part] path = /some/where/on/my/filesystem This produces an

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