Lennart Regebro wrote:

For me, the main drawback with ZCML is that WingIDE doesn't to auto
completion on it. ;) An ZCML editor that automatically popped up a
list of the supported keywords for every statement would be really
nice. :-p

Actually emacs + nxml + the Relax NG schema (unfortunately out of date; it should be autogenerated from the code) for ZCML does that.

A benefit of using an XML format is that many editors will happily
both do syntax high-lighting, some sort of auto-indentation, and
automatic commenting/uncommenting. A non-standard syntax wouldn't do

Yup, and if you use some XML editor (or an XML editor extension for your favorite editor) it can do quite sophisticated schema-driven stuff.



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