> I gather from reading other posts that this is a different format than
> Zope 3's ZCML. Would it be worth it to at least make some sort of
> 'ZCML Lite' to do this sort of configuration? The main thing I'm
> concerned about is that there's a whole new Zope coming down the road
> that depends heavily on configuration files, and it might make sense to
> start weaning people onto its general syntax if Zope 2's finally going
> to have a config file.
There was a conscious decision to have two different "configuration"
language: ZCML for *software* configuration, and ZConfig for *process*
configuration. A sysop is not expected to have to edit ZCML, but she
will definitely have to edit the ZConfig file. Since XML is not
designed for routine editing/reading by humans (its
"human-readability" is a debugging feature), ZConfig uses a more
readable format. It's documented in the ZConfig CVS tree.
> ZRS? This isn't the long-discussed replicated storage is it?
--Guido van Rossum (home page: http://www.python.org/~guido/)
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