On Fri, Oct 31, 2003 at 02:39:28PM -0500, Jim Fulton wrote:
| I've checked the results of my work into the mro-advanture-branch (waa,
| I wish I cud spell) branch.
| | You might find it entertaining to check out Zope on this branch:
| | cvs co -rmro-advanture-branch Zope
| | (and build it) (Note, Python2.3 is required.)
| | Install your favorite products (CMF makes a nice example)
| and then use the functions in the included mrohell module to
| find out if you have a problem:
| | cd Zope
| bin/zopectl debug
| >>> import mrohell
| >>> base = merohell.step1()
| >>> mrohell.step2(base, mroonly=True)
| | and see if you get any mro problems. If you do, see if you can
| figure out how to fix them.
Amazing! A perfect task for a saturday evening ;)
Actually, I was thinking it would be well suited to Halloween. Trick or treat!
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