Five 1.0.2 released!
The Five team is happy to release Five 1.0.2, a bugfix release for
Five 1.0. The changes since Five 1.0.1 (Zope 2.8.0) are:
* Fixed some issues with bridged interfaces: Bases and Methods were not
bridged correctly. extends() was never True.
* zope.security.checkPermission now behaves exactly like
Five.security.checkPermission (in fact, the former now calls the
latter through the indirection of Zope 3 security policies).
* Fixed a bug with resource directories. Resources within those were
not rendering their absolute URL correctly.
For more information please consult the _CHANGES document.
.. _CHANGES: http://codespeak.net/z3/five/CHANGES.html
Five 1.0.2 can be downloaded here:
This version of Five will also be port of the upcoming Zope 2.8.1.
Five is a Zope 2 product that allows you to integrate Zope 3
technologies into Zope 2, today. It allows you to use the following
parts of the Zope 3 component architecture within Zope 2:
* Zope 3 interfaces
* pages (views), including skins, layers and resources
* edit and add forms, based on schemas
We've tried to keep the Five experience as close to Zope 3 as
possible, so this means that what you learn while using Five should
also be applicable to Zope 3.
More information about Five can be found on our website, here:
We hope you'll join our mailing list and let hear from yourself!
About the Zope 3 Base
Five is part of the *Zope 3 Base* project, which aims to offer an
approachable area for developers of Zope 3 related software. More
about the Zope 3 base and its projects can be found here:
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