On Fri, 2007-12-07 at 06:09 +0800, Adam Summers wrote:
> A quick, blind question.
> I've been evaluating grok and am very impressed at how easy it makes the
> whole development process.
> How hard is it to get grok to play nicely with z3c.form et al? Has
> anyone any examples?
Some months ago I worked on this. Unfortunately I haven't kept up with
recent updates to Grok so the code will be broken.
My way to deal with incorporating z3c patterns into Grok is with a set
of grokkers which I packaged in the mars.* namespace.
I had also duplicated the z3c.formdemo as mars.formdemo.
I began pulling it all together in a simple website application:
This code is here:
> Thanks and Regards,
> Christophe Combelles wrote:
> > Chris Withers a écrit :
> >> Chris Withers wrote:
> >>> I need "something like" formlib so want to give it a spin.
> >>> Is there a good how-to or example anywhere?
> >> Kapil rightly pointed out off-list that z3c.form is the latest and
> >> greatest.
> >> Which one is "best" and where do I go for docs/examples?
> > The main doc is the doctest, you can read it just here:
> > http://pypi.python.org/pypi/z3c.form
> > The second doc is the code of z3c.formdemo.
> > http://pypi.python.org/pypi/z3c.formdemo
> > you will also find some interesting informations here:
> > http://pcardune.blogspot.com/2007/05/using-z3c-pagelettemplatelayout.html
> > http://www.lovelysystems.com/srichter/2006/09/20/the-skin-browser-and-lovely-systems-new-development-workflow/
> > But the most interesting source of information is the archive of this
> > list. It's best if you have it localy, otherwise:
> > http://www.mail-archive.com/search?q=z3c.form&l=zope3-users%40zope.org
> > If you carefully read all the previous questions asked about z3c.form
> > on the list, you will first save an afternoon discovering why you need
> > to derive IFormLayer in your skin, then another afternoon discovering
> > how to implement an Add SubForm, and probably many others :)
> > I personnally suggest you to try z3c.form alone first, without any
> > other z3c package. It will progressively help you understand why
> > others are extremely useful (though not mandatory), such as
> > z3c.formui, z3c.layer, and others.
> > Christophe
> >> cheers,
> >> Chris
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