What about something like apple's Extension Manager, where you could
disable/enable 'sets' of products?  Though frankly, it's not too tough to
just move the subdirectory somewhere and restart...  but it would be a way
to have a TTW way of configuring your Zope, and having the option of
'loading up' the distribution with optional stuff (which might be disabled
by default?)

> From: "Adrian Hungate" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> 
> I think that monkeypatching goes right to the very heart of the language -
> Python was written not just to allow it, but it's opperation almost
> encorages it (Sort of). HOWEVER, I am somewhat against a monkeypatch being
> made part of the core distribution (No disrespect to the authors of such
> products - me included), these should be optional downloads, up to the point
> that the code is rolled into the core codebase.


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