>So what does it do? :)
It is a general Wizard Builder with which you could build a Wizard that
asks for all the necessary information to auto-generate a Python Product
>What I'm thinking is this: maybe use SmartWizard to meta-program you
>Python Product; that creates a definition file(s) of some sort which is
>sent to mk-zprod; mk-zprod consults the WarpFramework do make sure we
>don't create too much work for ourselves, and also provides us with nice
>default HTML/DTML-pages, and finally, Formulator could be used to do
>validation on those HTML/DTML-pages.
Exactly that. But the SmartWizard would provide you with a framework to
build this "Make New Python Product Wizard". If I get far enough, I will
release the pre alpha today, just you see the proof of concept...
>Or are we talking past eachother here?
Nope, we don't. But SmartWizard is a more general tool than you were
thinking of it.
>It would be very cool to have a tool like that.
I agree. It is annoying to code all that stuff all the time.
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