On 3/14/06, Sidnei da Silva <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> That is, to me, a very important feature. To be able to write some
> python module that does not depend on Zope 3 at import time, but is
> 'hooked into' Zope 3 externally, with ZCML, at 'configuration time'.

Why is that important? In most cases you would have to write
interfaces for the non-z3 python objects. Assuming you don't actually
write them, but cheat and just mark them, you can get away with this,
sure. But is it really that hard to write a small wrapper class

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