At 10:18 PM 12/23/01 -0800, Michael Olivier wrote:
>I'm using ZPublisher + PCGI w/o the full Zope environment. Is it possible
>to have an object that defines a __bobo_traverse__ method and also has an
>index_html method? In the example below, I would want it to traverse if
>the URL path had more elements on it, and otherwise to call
>index_html(). Unless I comment out the __bobo_traverse__, the index_html
>method doesn't work. I also tried returning None in traversal if key was
>None, but that didn't work either. (I am running 2.0.1, so maybe I'm
>hitting a bug that's since been fixed.)
> """message directory list"""
> def __init__(self):
> def __bobo_traverse__(self, REQUEST, key):
> # traverse if there is more in the URL path...
Try putting this in right here:
if key=='index_html': return self.index_html
> return CitiesMsgs(key)
index_html is *added* onto the URL for traversal, so your __bobo_traverse__
should get asked for it. Note that you return self.index_html *without*
calling it, as ZPublisher will do that for you.
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