Stephan Richter wrote:
On Thursday 19 January 2006 13:45, Chris Withers wrote:
- the tags never have any content, that's a sign xml is the wrong solution
Not true. All complex directives have sub-directives.
Well, what about the most deeply nested directive directives? And what
about the common ones as described in your and Philipp's books? do they
have contents? ;-)
- if anyone has or does rebind xml namespaces, it causes confusion.
having to include the namespace definitions at the top of each file is
dead chicken most of the time.
It's not a dead chicken at all. In every fairly advanced package I write I
have at least 2, if not 3 or 4 different namespaces.
You didn't read what I said... I assert that anyone who binds the
http://namespaces.zope.org/zope to anything other than the default
namespace, or http://namespaces.zope.org/browser to anything other than
browser: will be causing confusion for themselves an anyone else who has
to read the .zcml they've generated. For me, this means I see the
namespace declarations you have to write at the zope of _every_ .zcml
file as dead chickens...
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