FWIW, I've done that now.
On Wed, Oct 8, 2008 at 9:43 AM, Philipp von Weitershausen
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> El 8 Oct 2008, a las 14:23 , Sidnei da Silva escribió:
>> On Wed, Oct 8, 2008 at 8:53 AM, Philipp von Weitershausen
>> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> Sidnei da Silva wrote:
>>>> I'm trying to fix some import errors, which seem to be related to
>>>> I'm fixing those errors this way, though I don't know if that's the
>>>> recommended way of fixing it. Thoughts?
>>>> from DT_Util import parse_params, name_param
>>>> except ImportError:
>>>> # See PEP-328
>>>> from .DT_Util import parse_params, name_param
>>> This will generate a SyntaxError in Python 2.4. So unless we *require*
>>> Python >= 2.5, this won't work.
>> Yuck. I hadn't thought of that. Any other suggestions? Like, using
>> zope.documenttemplate? :)
> zope.documenttemplate is a crippled version of DocumentTemplate. It doesn't
> have all features (e.g. it lacks the C extension module) and hasn't been
> kept up-to-date with respect to bugfixes. So it seems like a good idea to
> put this clone out of its misery and retire it.
> I ultimately suggest going to absolute imports everywhere (at least as long
> as we have to maintain Python 2.4 compatibility). I realize that
> DocumentTemplate/DocumentTemplate.py creates a problem. So here's what I
> 1. Rename DocumentTemplate/DocumentTemplate.py to, say,
> DocumentTemplate/DocTemplate.py (feel free to come up with
> a better name)
> 2. Introduce absolute imports to DocumentTemplate.DocTemplate
> 3. Ensure backwards compatibility by adding the following lines
> to DocumentTemplate/__init__.py::
> import DocumentTemplate.DocTemplate
> import sys
> sys.modules['DocumentTemplate.DocumentTemplate'] =
> I *think* this should work.
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