On 1/11/06, Martin Aspeli <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Tue, 10 Jan 2006 19:16:11 -0000, Martijn Faassen
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Additionally, I think sometimes doing some of 1 can be beneficial to 2.
> > In particular, it may be worthwhile to start supporting Z3 widgets in
> > Archetypes (I read somewhere that plone_schema makes this possible
> > already? Cool!). In that case, it may make sense to adapt Archetypes to
> > support them, in turn stimulating people to port their widgets, or write
> > new widgets that way at least. That way, they get immediate
> > functionality while doing the right thing for future development, and Z3
> > gets lots of cool new widgets.
> I'm not sure that's what plone_schemas does; I think it rather makes Z3
> content objects with schemas defined in interfaces the Z3 way work with
> some of Plone's machinery and UI. I may be wrong, though, I've only
> briefly scanned the code.

Yes it allows Five add and edit forms to work in a plonish way, it
does not do anything related to AT.

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