You're right. Please put it in the collector. The prefixes should indeed
be matching only at '/' boundaries.

Florent

Paul Winkler  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Is anyone but me bothered by this behavior of undoable_transactions()?
> If I have a folder /foo and another folder /foobar,
> transactions for /foobar are displayed in 
> foo.undoable_transactions().
> 
> This is clearly caused by lib/python/ZopeUndo/Prefix.py.
> The behavior matches the docstring - Prefix only cares
> if one string starts with the other, nothing more.
> But is that really desirable?
> Since this is intended purely for use in Zope, wouldn't it
> be more useful if it cared about paths as such?
> 
> Something like (untested):
> 
> class PathPrefix:
>     """A PathPrefix() is equal to any path string it is a prefix of.
> 
>     Two prefixes can not be compared.
>     """
> 
>     __no_side_effects__ = 1 # what's this mean anyway?
> 
>     def __init__(self, path):
>         path_as_list = path.split('/')
>         self.length = len(path_as_list)
>         self.path = path_as_list
> 
>     def __cmp__(self, o):
>         other_path = o.split('/')
>         rval = cmp(other[:self.length], self.path)
>         return rval


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