On 2007-10-05 14:30:14 +0200, "Fred Drake" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
Meant to send this to the list...
On 9/18/07, Christian Zagrodnick <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
The only thing is, no I'm not going to register every file in ZCML. I
want to use the zc.resourcelibrary.
The follwoing makes it possible, but it's not too nice to have that
somewhere in the code:
DirectoryResource.resource_factories['.js']) = (
I'd rather have a ZCML-directive to do that. Would that fit into
I think the right approach would be to make the new directive a
sub-directive of the resourcelibrary and/or the resourcedirectory
directive. Then there could be a separate extension -> type map for
each directory of resources. An alternative would be to allow the
library or directory directive to refer to a map defined elsewhere
(say, in Python), making it easier to re-use maps.
This makes a lot of sense to me, since the provider of each pile of
resources knows what they put in it and what the processing
requirements are. A global map seems like a bad idea here.
You are right, a local map would be much better.
I basically came up with the global one, because its already there. But
local sounds good.
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