Coincidently, I was just trying to edit a file on the filesystem with an FTP
client going thru Zope/FTP and a LocalFS. It didn't work. The LocalFS
instance didn't look like a directory to FTP so FTP could neither read nor
write to the directory.
Does that throw a monkey wrench into your idea?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf
> Of Joachim Werner
> Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2001 15:54
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: [Zope-dev] Does creating REAL over-the-web Python code become
> realistic with Zope 2.4?
> When I read about the reload functionality of Zope 2.4, an old vision came
> back to my mind:
> If we can reload Python code at runtime, and we can also edit,
> generate and
> store files (containing code) via the web (as LocalFS or extFile prove),
> then it should be perfectly possible to have something like ZClasses (it
> terms of the over-the-web front-end) that spits out and dynamically loads
> REAL Python classes instead of the rather experimental simulation
> of classes
> we get with ZClasses, right?
> I'll skip the part about why we should not be able to manipulate Zope code
> over the web, which can be discussed separately ...
> What do you think about this idea? If it finds some friends, I'll set up a
> formal proposal for something like "ZClass-like features to build
> REAL Zope
> Python classes over the web".
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