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Laurent Mignon wrote:
> Tres Seaver wrote:
>> 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
> develop it.
There is no general promise that an already-released package, such as
Zope2, will be able to work with a more recently-released add-on package
than the version which was tested with it. In this case, the updated
dependencies of the latest zc3.form version are *incompatible* with Zope
2.11, period: you can work around it, maybe, but you are in uncharted
This is exactly the same problem as if you tried to run Plone 3.2 atop
Zope 2.8, actually.
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 tsea...@palladion.com
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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