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Charlie Clark wrote:
> Am 27.12.2008 um 20:03 schrieb Jens Vagelpohl:
>> 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.

As Jens noted, this change is for FSProperties and FSSQLMethods only.

> On another and only slightly related note: Tres, in September I seem  
> to remember you saying that the biggest stumbling block for moving to  
> Python 2.5 and beyond was support for RestrictedPython implements, ie.  
> PythonScripts. If this is the case, do we need to add deprecating  
> PythonScripts/untrusted code to the roadmap?

I don't have that appetite at the CMF level:  I think much of the work
has actually been done to ensure that RP works under Python 2.5+ already
at the Zope level.

>>> from AccessControl import ClassSecurityInfo
>>> becomes:
>>> from AccessControl.SecurityInfo import ClassSecurityInfo
>> +1
> I didn't realise this counts as a relative import but I'm all in  
> favour of spelling things out.

That one isn't relative:  it is just another "fa├žade" import.

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