Re: [Zope] medusa question

2000-07-03 Thread Martijn Pieters

On Mon, Jul 03, 2000 at 03:27:04PM -0400, Frank McGeough wrote:
 Where does medusa look for html files by default? I have regular old html
 files that I'd like to make available without fiddling with Zope. Is that
 possible?

Not out of the box. ZServer, which is based on Medusa, doesn't support serving
of HTML files from the local file system, it noly serves content out of Zope
itself.

There is a product on Zope.org called LocalFS that allows you to integrate
filesystem based content into Zope though.

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Re: [Zope] medusa question

2000-07-03 Thread Gary Shears

  have regular old html
  files that I'd like to make available without fiddling with Zope. Is that
  possible?
 
 Not out of the box. ZServer, which is based on Medusa, doesn't support serving
 of HTML files from the local file system, it noly serves content out of Zope
 itself.
 
Slightly off topic, but related. Does this mean that the everything on local
file system is protected natively in zope. Short of things like buffer
overflows. What I mean is, can I somehow muck up security in Zope and
compromise my local system, or will only zope objects be affected?
 I'm an absolute newbie to zope, and still trying to get a handle on the
architecture.

Thanks,

gary

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Re: [Zope] medusa question

2000-07-03 Thread Adam Karpierz

Where does medusa look for html files by default? I have regular old html
files that I'd like to make available without fiddling with Zope. Is that
possible?


Yes , but through use Medusa as standalone server.
Look at http://www.nightmare.com/medusa/index.html
Download http://www.nightmare.com/medusa/medusa-src-2601.tar.gz
and look at and /docs directory,  INSTALL.txt and especially, start_medusa.py.

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