Re: [ZPT] ZPT and ZSqL question

2005-10-12 Thread Chris Withers
Tom Twyman wrote: Hello all! I am trying to construct a login page. Look for SimpleUserFolder and CookieCrumbler ;-) I have users registering on the site using ZPT, python script, and ZSQL methods, and their account information is held in a table (clients) in a psql database. Now, I

Re: [ZPT] sending email

2005-10-12 Thread Chris Withers
Tom Twyman wrote: Hello all! I am trying to send an email from a login page as a form of confirmation. I have the following script inserted into the python script that performs the login: MailTemplates are your friend: http://www.simplistix.co.uk/software/zope/mailtemplates Look at the

Re: [ZPT] How to create a file on the fly ?

2005-10-13 Thread Chris Withers
Nicolas Georgakopoulos wrote: Okay, now where can I find a brick wall to go and smash my head into? Are you mad ? :-( Only since trying to help you out ;-) OK for the mail but for the file I think this is the right list , doesn't ? NO. This is the Zope Page Template list, for ZPT, and

Re: [ZPT] Bug in ZPT ?

2005-11-15 Thread Chris Withers
Dieter Maurer wrote: Rumours say that Python will finally (probably with Python 2.5) grow a conditional operator -- lately overdue... Yeah, sadly, IIRC, the spelling is horrible :-( Chris -- Simplistix - Content Management, Zope Python Consulting - http://www.simplistix.co.uk

Re: [ZPT] CDATA section in zpt

2005-11-25 Thread Chris Withers
The TAL interpretter parses the source of hte ZPT as XML, and so doesn't do anything with CDATA sections. Annoying, isn't it? ;-) Chris J├╝rgen R. Plasser wrote: How can I accomplish a CDATA section in page templates? The following does not work: content:encoded ![CDATA[ span

Re: [ZPT] CDATA section in zpt

2005-11-28 Thread Chris Withers
Dieter Maurer wrote: Chris Withers wrote at 2005-11-25 12:48 +: The TAL interpretter parses the source of hte ZPT as XML, and so doesn't do anything with CDATA sections. But XML knows about CDATA sections and an XML compatible parser should handle them correctly. Yes, it treats them

Re: [ZPT] Re: Suggestion about commenting for future TAL versions

2005-12-15 Thread Chris Withers
Mikko Ohtamaa wrote: Do you know who is working with TAL engine? I'd like to be sure that the suggestion reached the correct person =) Don't worry, it reached all none of them ;-) Chris -- Simplistix - Content Management, Zope Python Consulting - http://www.simplistix.co.uk

Re: [ZPT] Strange session behavior with macro-call

2006-06-27 Thread Chris Withers
Jeff Peterson wrote: I have a page template that calls a couple of scripts at the beginning, they are setting session objects and redirecting to a login screen if certain session objects don't exist. Why not just use PAS or Cookie Crumbler? ;-) the content for this page. When the macro is

Re: [ZPT] Strange session behavior with macro-call

2006-07-02 Thread Chris Withers
Jeff Peterson wrote: Why not just use PAS or Cookie Crumbler? ;-) I guess I could look at that...I am having to authenticate against an existing database of usernames and passwords so I just wrote it myself. Eee gads, if your existing database is relational, SimpleUserFolder makes it

Re: [ZPT] Re: Setting i18n:domain to a variable

2006-11-24 Thread Chris Withers
Josef Meile wrote: html body tal:omit-tag= tal:define=domain python:request.get('domain','JMGui') div tal:replace=domain/ h2 i18n:domain=JMMessages i18n:translate=Wrong selection/h2 h2 tal:attributes=i18n:domain domain; i18n:translate string:Wrong

Re: [ZPT] Re: Setting i18n:domain to a variable

2006-11-27 Thread Chris Withers
Josef Meile wrote: that manner. Anyway, I guess the only way is to translate the message programatically instead. This sounds like the correct thing to do here... Chris -- Simplistix - Content Management, Zope Python Consulting - http://www.simplistix.co.uk

Re: [ZPT] Proposal: add a 'prolog' property to templates

2007-03-22 Thread Chris Withers
Tres Seaver wrote: Thoughts? What about where you want the prolog to be dynamically computed? cheers, Chris -- Simplistix - Content Management, Zope Python Consulting - http://www.simplistix.co.uk ___ ZPT mailing list ZPT@zope.org

Re: [ZPT] Dreamweaver, ZPT, and design workflow

2008-03-20 Thread Chris Withers
S Paschall wrote: a TAL plug-in for Dreamweaver that handles macros intelligently? Or a design, implementation, and site maintenance workflow that allows your designers to have a fair level of control over your templates? I gave up and wrote Twiddler for this reason: