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Sidnei da Silva wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 26, 2006 at 02:02:19PM +0000, Chris Withers wrote:
> | Sidnei da Silva wrote:
> | >
> | >My original intention was to put the config file location in the
> | >ZConfig schema, but that's *waaaay* too painful right now.
> | 
> | What's the specific problem here? I find adding to ZConfig schemas 
> | pretty easy...
> 
> Yet you find ZCML declaring namespaces in ZCML files
> annoying *wink*. Sometimes I don't understand you :)

+1 to that.  I think Chris doesn't really believe in the Second Law of
Python (according to the prophet Peters).

> Tres' ZConfig products extension thing just enables you to use
> key-value pairs, without being able to specify what the datatypes for
> those values are, if I'm not mistaken.

That was the first thing Fred and I checked in.

 http://svn.zope.org/Zope/?view=rev&rev=39635

We then added (later that morning) the ability to declare new abstract
section types:

 http://svn.zope.org/Zope/?view=rev&rev=39652

> Also, AFAICT it's not present in Zope 3 yet.

The changes were to Zope2-specific schema stuff;  I'm not even sure
where they would fit into Zope3.

> What I think is that the Zope ZConfig schema should have something
> just like 'package-includes' is for ZCML. A place where you can drop a
> snippet of ZConfig schema and it will get picked up at boot time.


Tres.
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