Hi Roger, The package browser does exists in my configuration. So it does not have to throw an exception. It loads however browser package from another package. The two below mentioned workarounds works, but they are not very nice and handy.
Marc On Mon, 21 Aug 2006 02:39:31 +0200, Roger Ineichen wrote: > > Hi Marc > > [...] > > I saw I was not very clear. With import I means <include > > package=".browser"/> in ZCML. That will not work correctly, > > with the two options below (rename browser subpackage or > > import browser in package) to let it function right. Very > > strang, isn't it? > > Not existing package get silently ignored if you use > <include package=".browser" />. > > Does anybody know why we don't trow a exception? Or is > this a bug? > > Regards > Roger Ineichen > _____________________________ > END OF MESSAGE > > > > -- XS2Mail: Check your mail anywhere http://www.xs2mail.com/ _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3email@example.com http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users