On Mon, 2015-09-14 at 23:42 +0200, Maurits van Rees wrote: > Op 14-09-15 om 09:06 schreef Charlie Clark: > > Am .09.2015, 16:57 Uhr, schrieb Maurits van Rees > > <m.van.r...@zestsoftware.nl>: > > > > > Yes, Plone has switched over a long time ago. Plone 4.0 and > > > higher, > > > including Plone 5, have CMF 2.2. (Not 2.3, for compatibility > > > reasons > > > that I don't know.) > > > > I can't remember the details myself. I don't think the API has > > changed > > much. > > > > > But CMFActionIcons 2.1.3 is still shipped in Plone 4 for > > > backwards > > > compatibility reasons, so you don't get broken objects in the > > > ZMI. > > > > ? Can't Plone 4 be fixed instead? > > Two reasons: > 1. If you migrate from Plone 3 to Plone 4 you have the > portal_actionicons tool in your data. Plone runs migration code to > move > those over, but for this migration to work you still need the > underlying > code from Products.CMFActionIcons. > 2. Addons that want to have an actionicon and want to support Plone 3 > and 4 at the same time, must still use the portal_actionicons tool. > > Plone 5 really no longer uses it, and in a migration it removes the > portal_actionicons tool if it is there.
Just confirmed, that Products.CMFActionIcons isn't a dependency of Plone 5 anymore. I'm happy.
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