Le mardi 24 octobre 2006 à 07:51 -0400, Jim Fulton a écrit : > Torvald Bringsvor wrote: > > I guess this may be a Python problem rather than a > > zope problem, but I just thought I'd check here. > > > > I have set up Zope 3.3.0 with Python 2.4.4, and it > > didn't quite work. Some operations such as adding a > > content object provoked an error from cgi.py line 716, > > this line reads: > > line = self.fp.readline(1<<16) > > > > and then Python reacts that readline should have max > > one argument, but it gets two. By correcting it to > > line = self.fp.readline() > > > > everything works well. > > > > Have anybody else had this problem? > > You should report this in the Zope 3 collector, > http://www.zope.org/Collectors/Zope3-dev. > > It looks like Zope's file stream object that it passes to > the CGI module needs to grow a maximum size.
Hi, I had the same problem on Debian GNU/Linux. Problem is due to a security patch applied on "cgi.py" in Debian's unstable release. Thierry Florac -- Chef de projet intranet/internet Office National des Forêts - Département Informatique 2, Avenue de Saint-Mandé 75570 PARIS Cedex 12 Mél : [EMAIL PROTECTED] Tél. : +33 01.40.19.59.64 Fax. : +33 01.40.19.59.85 _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users