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Gary Poster wrote:
> Zope Corp has released nine new packages as standalone Zope 3 projects
> on zope.org. Three are completely new to the zope.org repository, and
> six were previously part of the zc Sandbox on zope.org.
> These three packages are brand new to zope.org.
> Our (second) take on the symbolic link use case.
> What we use for drawing breadcrumbs and such; a dependency of
> A very new cut at a ZODB-friendly directed graph, based loosely on
> some old ZC work.
> These next six projects were already in the zc sandbox, and are now
> moved to full-fledged projects so collaboration is possible and so we
> share the "state of the art".
> A datetime widget that uses the now-standard mishoo LGPL calendar
> One-way references designed to be back-references for standard
> attribute pointers.
> Some *extremely* useful but sometimes undertested widgets, including
> timezone widgets and choice widgets that remember the last chosen value
> per user.
> A persistent linked list that might be more appropriate than ordered
> container for some use cases. Well tested.
> and css resources during page composition. Wants a publishing pipeline
> to be able to get rid of a heavy-handed replacement of the browser
> request factory. Good idea, usable and useful now, but could use more
> A very useful and powerful table rendering implementation, including
> the ability to have table-based forms. It has some rough edges that
> could use polish.
> ZC has released many other useful standalone projects on zope.org over
> the past few months, including zope.file, zope.ucol, zope.locking, and
> zc.catalog. They all are worth a look.
Kudos for releasing these packages -- they all look interesting and
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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