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Dan Korostelev wrote:
> 2009/2/10 Stephan Richter <srich...@cosmos.phy.tufts.edu>:
>> On Tuesday 10 February 2009, Laurent Mignon wrote:
>>> With the replacement of zope.app.component import with zope.site, it's
>>> no more possible to use z3c.form with Zope2 / Plone :-(
>> Thanks for getting our attention on this. I consider this a show-stopper for
>> 2.0. Dan, let's think about something creative that allows us to use the new
>> and old way, maybe through a special import statement like that:
> Is the problem in that zope2 still contains zope.* modules in itself
> and not in the eggs, so if it contain old zope.app.component and the
> new z3c.form depends on zope.site egg, we get two independent local
> site implementation that will conflict?
The 2.11 released versions do contain those packages, yes. The 2.12
release will be purely egg-based.
> If so, I guess we have the
> similar problem with ITerms that was moved to zope.browser.
> So, the "creative solution" could be to prepare a "compatibility"
> packages that could be used for zope 2 instead of real zope.site and
> zope.browser and contain reverse imports of things that were moved
> from their places in zope2 zope.* packages. However, this should be
> done by someone who works with Zope2 and that's not me, unfortunately.
Anybody still using Zope 2.11.x should probably just stck with the
versions of z3c.form which were known to work with that Zope2 version,
knowing that they will be able to upgrade z3c.form at the same time as
they upgrade Zope2 (and the underlying eggs).
> I hope that new zope2 will just use zope3 modules as eggs and won't
> maintain a copy of them.
The time machine has already been here. :)
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 tsea...@palladion.com
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