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Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
> On 15 Feb 2006, at 23:53, Martin Aspeli wrote:
>>>>> There's one specific item that I couldn't find enough information
>>>>> on to make a comment, which is events support. Florent, what is
>>>>> the status on the trunk and the 1.6 branch?
>>>> In 1.6 and 2.0 events are not used beyond what Zope has. So events
>>>> are not used to trigger cataloging on modifications for instance.
>>>> Also, manage_afterAdd & co still exist and have not been converted
>>>> to events, so are still flagged using five:deprecatedManageAddDelete.
>>>> As mentioned, Tres has a branch where he works on this.
>>> Is this something we need to wait for for the first 2.0 beta in 1.5
>> High +1 on getting this fixed for 2.0. There's a lot of contrived
>> cataloging code out there (*cough* Archetypes) and it would be
>> beneficial to have a clean model for events in CMF, not just for
>> cataloging things.
> I do realize there are always parties who would *like* something to
> happen, but this was a question directed at the people who *do* make it
> happen. If we're not sticking to some kind of schedule but wait till
> all wish lists are considered we won't get anywhere I am afraid.
I have just checked in the stab I made on another branch: perhaps
some of the interested parties can help work out the remaining glitches
(some test failures) and extend it further (e.g., to handle workflow
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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