Martijn Faassen wrote:
Chris McDonough wrote:
It's unlike Grok inasmuch as:
- It doesn't try to hide ZCML for configuration.
Hiding is the wrong word. Grok doesn't hide ZCML for configuration. It
simply replaces ZCML with a different configuration mechanism that I for
one think is an improvement. One that you could easily start using with
grokcore.component, I may add. You can mix and match with ZCML-based
configuration as you please.
Thanks for the clarification.
That brings me to another difference with Grok: your framework is also
unlike Grok inasmuch it's incompatible with Zope 3, correct?
Correct, if you're talking about using the Z3 publisher, although repoze.bfg is
based on zope.component and zope.interface internally.
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