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Charlie Clark wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> while working on a view for the user preferences form I spent some time  
> thinking about Domains, particularly their relevance for the CMF and how  
> to test them with a test browser. Looking at the code it looks like  
> Domains are just exposing the underlying Zope Domain function with no CMF  
> specifics. Is there a compelling reason to expose them in the CMF scope?  
> And if so any pointers for an easy test - I only manage to lock myself out!

"What is this 'domain' you speak of?  The is no domain, there is only xul!"


Tres.
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