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> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
> Behalf Of Jim Fulton
> Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 10:16 PM
> To: Tonico Strasser
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: [Zope3-dev] Re: RFC: Publication Post-Processing
> Tonico Strasser wrote:
> > Jim Fulton schrieb:
> >> At:
> >> I've put doesn some thoughs for discussion on making the
> publication APIs
> >> more explicit and for supporting post processing tasks like adding
> >> standard look and feel or adding missing page components.
> > Hi,
> > as a UI designer I would like to have a page Object (not
> the context
> > object) that I can adapt to IPublicationResult.
> > I would like contracts for HTML pages, e.g something like:
> > class IHTMLPage(zope.interface.Interface):
> > """Provides information for a generic HTML Page"""
> > title = ''
> > description = ''
> > class IZMIPage(IHTMLPage):
> > "Provides information for a basic ZMI page"""
> > scripts =  # ordererd List of IZMIScriptFiles
> > styles =  # ordered List of IZMIStylesheetFiles
> > class_names = IZMICSSNames # class names mapping with
> standard keys
> > id_names = IZMIIdNames # id names mapping with standard keys
> > actions =  # IZMIActions
> > views =  # IZMIViews
> > # ... anything needed by a IZMIPageRenderer
> > class IHTMLPageRenderer(IPublicationResult):
> > def render(obj, request, html_page):
> > """Renders a HTML page"""
> > class IZMIPageRenderer(IHTMLPageRenderer)
> > def render(obj, request, zmi_page):
> > """Renders a ZMI page"""
> > A renderer should be able to use any template language to
> do its job,
> > e.g. ZPT, DTML, PHP, XSLT ... IMHO.
I think many poeple will love it if this would be possible.
> > Disclaimer: I guess the code above is garbage, this is just for
> > discussion, I'm still learning the basics :)
> This is an excellent thought experiment.
I agree, sounds interesting
> I think that, ultimately, we'll have to try some things out
> in other words) to see what works. My short term (before Nov 1)
> goal is to see what sort of hooks we can put in the publisher
> that allows
> these kinds of experiments wilthout making too many commitments.
If I'm right, you (Tonico) will also come to the Neckar sprint.
right? Perhaps we can do some prototyping there.
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