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> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Peter Bengtsson
> Sent: Friday, February 24, 2006 1:34 AM
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> Subject: [Zope3-Users] Cometh the hour... ZCML Configurator
> Wanna watch a 700Kb screencast showing the pre-alpha ZCML
> It's not finished yet. I've only spent a day and a half on it and it's
> missing some important Save features still. It's a commandline tool
> that fires up a browser (notice the -b on the command line in the
> beginning) to allow you to manipulate a configure.zcml file as a DOM
> I've tested it with Firefox (linux, windows) and I'm not going to lose
> any sleep over it not working in IE or Lynx.
> The only zope3 thing about this is that it can suggest clever new
> directives and default attributes when you add a new directive through
> the little wizard.
> There are still a few features missing and a few bugs that I need to
> iron out before I can launch anything, but I'm so excited about the
> quick progress that I thought I'd share it with you guys.
> The motivation was that I got annoyed by people complaining that XML
> is so bad. I like XML situps!
> (that, and that I wanted some excuse to dabble with more
> hardcore dom scripting)
I'm looking forward to meet you at the Swiss Easter Sprint.
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