Tres Seaver wrote:
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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).
For my part I can leave in my project with these know issues...
Tres, are you saying that if I want to continue to use the next release
of z3c.form with Zope2 / Plone, it would be necessary to upgrade to
Is-it realistic? Actually zope-2.12 is not officially released and I
don't know which are the potential problems to use it with plone3 ...
The 'creative solution' seems better to me. If I need it, I'll probably
>> 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. :)
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