> GAE users  and repoze.bfg users as repoze.bfg doesn't use zope.security at all

I did a quick grep and it appears that repoze.bfg never actually loads
so I think if the only dependancies you introduce are via zcml then
you should be ok. And given I am running repoze.bfg on app engine it
would seem to
confirm this ;-)


On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 2:57 PM, Thomas Lotze <t...@gocept.com> wrote:
> Thomas Lotze wrote:
>> I thought about that one briefly, but I don't like it because it
>> introduces at least some knowledge about the security concept to
>> zope.component.
> The more I think about it, the less evil this appears to me, though. After
> all, the zope.component.zcml module has been dependent on zope.security
> all along (requiring one to install zope.component [zcml] which pulls in
> zope.security if one wanted to use it). I think I'd be willing to use
> zope.security optionally for the site stuff provided that we can get the
> GAE users to agree and with the intention of cleaning up things later
> according to those old comments in the code which I mentioned previously.
> --
> Thomas
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