I realise this isn't entirely kosher (and that yuppie has much better
long-term ideas), but I am wondering if it's possible to invoke some
GenericSetup handler code during a more traditional Extensions/Install.py
This is purely for convenience - but if I need a more traditional product
install (with a UI for uninstall and so on), I can use CMFQuickInstaller or
external methods. However, doing things like FTIs and workflow definitions
with GS XML syntax is way more convenient and maintainable.
Is there some way I could invoke a handler explicitly, e.g. say "run the
workflow installation handler on this particular XML file from my product
only"? Or do handlers have pre-requisites of context and/or side-effects
that make them usable only within the context of a GS import run?
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