Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
Rob Campbell wrote:
Ok, that's what I thought. How can I fix the problem?
(Yeah, I know, I could read your original post now but I think you'll be
able to figure it out by youself now. You'll just have to work with the
fact that contains() adds a __setitem__ declaration to your interface.)
The problem is that I am getting the following error when starting zope.
For: ('protectName', <class 'rats.foster.FosterRecord'>, '__setitem__')
In zcml I have require subdirectives for FosterRecord. They set
IFosterRecord, along with set_schema for IFosterRecord.
I started getting the errors when I added IReadContainer and
Is the problem coming from contains() and a schema being in the same
interface? Or am I doing something wrong in the zcml? I'm very new to
zope, and this is my first attempt at using it. I have your book, and
I'm looking forward to the new edition.
I think I can create an IFosterSourceContainer interface and have the
constraint there. Then I would have to implement that interface for
FosterRecord. Would that work? Also, is there any other/better way to
*Usually* we only deal with contains() within IContainer-derived
interfaces anyway. That doesn't mean you have to go and implement
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