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Andreas Jung wrote:
> --On 8. Juli 2006 07:45:01 -0400 Jim Fulton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> On Jul 8, 2006, at 1:11 AM, Andreas Jung wrote:
>>> --On 7. Juli 2006 11:03:06 -0400 Jim Fulton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>>> I think we should do a 2.9.4 release to incorporate the recent hot
>>>> This is easy for me to say, since I won't be doing it. :)
>>>> Because this recent fix actually fixed the same problem that the
>>>> previous hot fix was supposed to fix, I think someone needs to
>>>> work up
>>>> some decent tests. This is not a trivial task, bit it is
>>>> necessary. If
>>>> no one is willing to do this, I think we need to drop the TTW
>>>> reStructuredText support from Zope 2, as it is too great a risk.
>>> Dropping TTW reST is absolutely not an option. I breaks backward
>> Sorry, security trumps backward compatibility.
>>>> BTW, I suspect that a less violent patch could be created, if
>>>> anyone wants to champion TTW reStructuedText support in
>>>> Zope 2. Personally, I'm for dropping it.
>>> Tres' patch is looking in fine to me. I don't see a need right now
>>> for dropping reST with having file inclusing *removed*.
>> Has anyone written tests for Tres' patch? Apparently no one wrote
>> adequate tests for the last hot fix, which helped put us in this
> I've written some tests (checked in on the trunk). They test the 'raw'
> and 'include' directives
Great! Maybe we can add a similar set for the 'fmt="restructured-text"'
> @Tres: what is the reason to keep the 'raw' code in docutils? I am in favor
> to remove it and replace it with a NotImplementedError exception (same
> as for the the 'include' code). The related tests (for reStructredText
> and ZReST are commented for now) do except a NotImplementedError for a
> 'raw' directive.
'raw' can be used to disable ReST processing for a block, even if the
':file:' or ':url:' options aren't set.; I was trying to leave the
possibility of that use case.
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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