It seemed to me that such is the case. Thanks for confirming. I will get
this information in some configuration directive code
and then keep in some utility. I guess that would serve my purpose.
On 3/21/07, Philipp von Weitershausen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Shailesh Kumar wrote:
> I ran into this small problem.
> I had added a
> <meta:provides feature="afeature" />
> This works fine for controlling ZCML directives.
... and that's what it was meant for.
> Now at some places in my Python code, I would like to query whether
> afeature is available or not.
> What is the way to access this?
There isn't, unless that code is invoked by configuration directives.
> But couldn't figure out if this information can be accessed later on.
> Is it not possible to get this information later?
Maybe. But it really wasn't meant for that.
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