On Tue, Feb 13, 2007 at 07:15:11PM +0100, David Johnson wrote: > I thought zope.formlib was more complex.
That may be true, under the hood, but it is certainly simpler to use. I never fully understood how to use (and extend) forms generated by ZCML <addform>/<editform> directives. > As I understand you must > create custom browser classes, True. > and page templates. That is not necessary. > Then you must > register those with a page or view ZCML browser directive, each of > which is more complicated than the addform. The initial complexity may be a little higher, but you get a flexible solution that scales well when you need to change something. Form directives may work well for trivial cases, but they don't scale when you need to change things. > My point is that if there is something new here, I would like to > learn. :) You will not regret learning zope.formlib. Marius Gedminas -- "Linux was made by foreign terrorists to take money from true US companies like Microsoft." -Some AOL'er. "To this end we dedicate ourselves..." -Don (From the sig of "Don" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>)
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