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Charlie Clark wrote:
> Am 22.06.2007 um 12:04 schrieb yuppie:
>> Did you register your factory as utility? Did you make sure
>> 'product' is empty in your type info?
> I did register it as a utility but product wasn't empty! Seems to be
> working now
> Does this mean that product initialisation in __init__.py can be
> reduced to simple imports? ie.
> import Employee
> with no more calls to utils.ToolInit and utils.ContentInit?
Adding directives which *allow* moving all registration steps from
Python code to ZCML was an explicit goal; I *think* we accomplished it,
but may have overlooked something.
Note that I would not favor doing imports at module scope in
__init__.py; that just muddies the waters about how you expect the
import to work. I would make an exception for a package which was
*designed* to be a facade on which others could depend (like the 'zapi'
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