On Sep 26, 2006, at 5:54 AM, Chris Withers wrote:

Jim Fulton wrote:

Not necessarily. actions already have discriminators which are, essentially ids.

How do they work?

They are used to determine if actions conflict. They arethe basis of conflict detection and overriding.

Where can I see examples?

In the zope configuration doc tests.

What's needed is a way of assigning ids to directives, mainly subscriber definitions, that don't have discriminators.

Oh, so some directives have descriminators and others don't?

Yes. Most do. Soe don't because they don't create actions that conflict with anything else.

I also think it would be useful to be able to assign ids to groups of configuration to make it easier to disable a collection of things that go together.

Yep. Would that cover the devmode use case and allow the deprecation of the crazy "condition" stuff? ;-)

I doubt it.


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