Tres Seaver wrote:
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Stephan Richter wrote:
On Wednesday 15 August 2007 08:01, Christian Theune wrote:
I think that zope.app.component would be a good candidate, because "etc" is
pretty much about accessing the local site. I know it was originally designed
for allowing many different non-content things to be plugged in, but this has
zope.traversing has a dependency to zope.app.applicationcontroller. This
is because zope.traversing implements the "etc" namespace and has a hard
coded reference to "applicationcontrol" there.
In the same place it also looks up site managers (in a hard coded way).
As a strategy to remove this dependency we should move the etc namespace
to some other place in zope.app. I did not find reasonable candidates to
move this two. Bad candidates are zope.app.publisher or
zope.app.publication, zope.app.applicationcontrol. A new package could
be created for the etc namespace too, but I'd like to avoid that.
An alternative would be to get rid of ++etc++ and implement ++site++ and
++control++. Now that I think about it, I actually favor this. ;-)
Or change zope.traversing such that it looks up namespace-based stuff
via a named utility / adapter; then packages which supply a namespace
are not dependencies at all.
It already does. Each namespace is its own (named) adapter. That's why
Christian is suggesting to move the adapter that's responsible for
++etc++ out of zope.traversing.
I'm for zope.app.publication. It already has a few hard-coded places
where it supports the applciation controller from
zope.app.applicationcontrol, so I think it would make much sense there.
I don't think it doesn't make much sense in zope.app.component. Yes,
"++etc++site" may be about getting to the site manager of a site, but
that's just the URL representation of ISite.getSiteManager().
zope.app.component is about ISite, zope.app.publication is about how to
map objects to URLs and back. That's why it should be in
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