On Friday 17 February 2006 18:45, Shane Hathaway wrote:
> Martin Aspeli wrote:
> > On Thu, 16 Feb 2006 06:35:00 -0000, Shane Hathaway
> >
> > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  wrote:
> >> No, we're still confused.  Templates and scripts are code.  Should
> >> they  be in ZODB?  Grrr, I hope not.  I don't want to suffer that
> >> pain, fssync  or no fssync.  I invented the CMF skins tool primarily
> >> to pull a lot of  templates and scripts out of ZODB.  I invented Ape
> >> to pull them *all*  out.  Now I'm having trouble convincing myself to
> >> use Zope 3 because the  problem has to be solved somehow yet again!
> >
> > I'm slightly confused too... when are you putting scripts and scripts
> > in  the ZODB? The books I read didn't tell me to do so ....
> User interfaces speak louder than books.  Start up Zope 3, log in as a
> manager, and look at the list of things you can add.  It includes DTML
> Page, File, Image, Python Page, SQL Script, and ZPT Page.  I suggest
> that no one should be invited to create these kinds of objects in ZODB;
> it's a road to misery.  We need rip them out and develop another way to
> fulfill the use cases they represent.

There is the WebDev effort that demonstrates some TTW development features 
that are actually applicable to Zope 3. Since WebDev concentrates on doing 
components, the results can later be easily exported to a filesystem package.

Stephan Richter
CBU Physics & Chemistry (B.S.) / Tufts Physics (Ph.D. student)
Web2k - Web Software Design, Development and Training
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