This is one of the problems with SkinScript, and I've not found any
great way to sort through it. Here are my two (three?) cents worth....
1) Break the SkinScript triggers down to the simplest possible
event, and test them individually. If this is not possible, then
debug the trigger with a 'pseudo' event that you can generate
2) Try Steve A's DummyDataSkin from his add-on utilities. It
can be a great help in sorting out what's going on....
3) Get down to the debugger. It's not as easy as debugging 'plain'
zope since the 'trigger' objects are 'compiled' but you should at
least be able to step through a 'commit' and see when they are hitting
>>>>> "John" == John Eikenberry <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
John> Hey all,
John> Using ZPatterns, I have a set of specialists/racks/dataskins
John> that have a dependency relation. So I've used triggers to
John> chain deletes in an appropriate way. I won't go into a lot
John> of detail here as there is quite a bit of code, and I figure
John> I'm the best suited to debug it.
John> My problem is I can't get a hold on where the problem
John> is... all the triggers and appropriate manage_delete's are
John> getting called. I've checked to make sure I'm not modifying
John> something already marked for deletion. I don't manually
John> commit at any point and there are no other threads getting
John> run. Are there any good heuristics I can use to figure out
John> what the problem is? I'm sure others have run into
John> ConflictErrors before, how have you debugged them?
John> Thanks in advance for any tips...
John> John Eikenberry [[EMAIL PROTECTED] - http://zhar.net]
John> "A society that will trade a little liberty for a little
John> order will deserve neither and lose both." --B. Franklin
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