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On Dec 29, 2008, at 15:18 , Charlie Clark wrote:

>> I always thought it was there to continually re-read the filesystem
>> representation upon access, so any filesystem changes are reflected
>> without restarting the instance. As to the usefulness, I'm not  
>> relying
>> on it when I do development. I always restart.
>
> If this is the case then it would be nice to have some way of
> preserving that behaviour. We have a few people working almost
> exclusively working with templates on Windows systems where restarts
> are particularly slow. However, PageTemplates are probably the only
> objects it's worth preserving this kind of behaviour for.

They have (and retain) that behavior. Tres was specifically mentioning  
FSProperties.py and FSZSQLMethod.py, which implement the re-reading in  
a somewhat awkward way using __of__.

jens


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