Yeah I meant my ugly hacks getting rid of the 'c' in zope.proxy and
aren't going to get supported by anyone, whereas having a supported way of
substituting proxies and security would be great. All the import
dependancies that existed when I went through the excercise meant ugly hacks
was about all I could come up with.
The refactoring going on at the moment is fantastic.
On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 9:22 PM, Tres Seaver <tsea...@palladion.com> wrote:
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> Jim Fulton wrote:
> > On Jun 22, 2009, at 7:11 AM, Tim Hoffman wrote:
> >> Big +1 from me on this.
> > Cool.
> >> I had to do a whole lot of hacks to get this stuff running on app
> >> engine and basically
> >> had to gut zope.proxy which was ugly
> > How so?
> >> and obviously unsupported.
> > I don't think so. What makes you think it's unsupported.
> I think Tim was referring to his mangled version of zope.proxy (no C
> extensions, to allow running on GAE).
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