> So Globals.InitializeClass(your_class) finds the declaration
> 'security.declareSomething()' inside a class, but 'security' being
> a reference to a ClassSecurityInfo object AT THE MODULE LEVEL somehow has
> no effect at the class level (while I wrongly thought that by declaring it
> at the module level like that, it will behave more or less like a 'global'
> In my opinion, Globals.InitializeClass() should check such calls to
> security methods
You appear not to understand how Python and the declarative security
system in Zope work.
Globals.InitializeClass() does not read the source to your modules. You
would need some sort of "lint" tool to perform the checking you describe.
Why not try to implement a simple case of the error-correcting system
that you describe? You might want to extend an existing lint tool such
as PyChecker, to take account of conventions used in Zope products.
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