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Marius Gedminas wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> This is what Zope 3 prints on startup:
> 
>   2006-01-19 00:47:32,059 zope.server.http (HTTP) started.
>           Hostname: pitonas
>           Port: 8080
> 
> This is what Roundup prints on startup:
> 
>   Server running - connect to:
>       http://localhost:8917/demo/
> 
> I find Roundup's output style much more convenient:
> 
>   * I can copy the URL and paste it directly into a browser
>   * I can right-click on the URL, and choose "Open in web browser" from
>     the popup menu that GNOME terminal gives me.
> 
> What do you think about changing Zope 3 server startup messages to show
> URLs instead of separate hostname/port lines?

- -0.  It is only a "win once" thing, since figuring out (and typing) the
correct URL is likely to be machine specific.  E.g., if I start Zope in
an SSH seesion, where it runs behind Apache, there is no way the URL
printed on standard output will be accessible from the browser on my
local desktop.

For Zope running on my local machine, there is no real win after the
first time, as my browser history will already have the URL.



Tres.
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