Johan Carlsson wrote:
Afterward the specific adapters such as views get invoked, because
you register those to a dedicated request interface using the layer
attribute. Attention they get looked up via the regular
default-adapter mechansim and not as named adapters.
IMO you can register only a specific IDefaultSkin adapter to a site
marked for example as ISkinableSite:
Within this adapter you can invoke the user preferences or something
The browser request gets directly marked by a skin interface.This is
done by the http publication request factory:
I been reading the source and trying to figure this out (still trying
to get in to the adapter/interface thinking, which is really hard and
unintuitive for me.)
I do not quite understand what your suggesting.
Could you give me a short list of what steps would be involved
implementing your suggestion? And how it would work from a user
Excuse me, I was wrong. The setDefaultSkin function does not adapt
regularly to IDefaultSkin is just looks up the registered interface
using the IDefaultSkin. So you cannot provide your own adapter
evaluating a skin.
What I'm not quite sure about is what a IDefaultSkin is?
Is it the interface for the global default skin for the whole server?
The IDefaultSkin is just a marker that is used to register the skin
declared within the browser:defaultSkin directive. (handler :
zope.app.publisher.browser.metaconfigure.defaultSkin, the default skin
is set regularly within zope.app.browser.zcml)
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