On Thu, 8 Jun 2000, QUIN Frédéric wrote:
> In the last mail I sent, I explaint my problem to know if a specified item is
> in a list. Oleg helped me and said that : "Learn Python". Now, I wonder if
> there are strong links between DTML language and Python language. Because, in
> the DTML language reference, you can find nothing meaning that.
The link is simple and strong: what you have in double qoutes is just a
python code! (with some security limitations):
<dtml-var "here_comes_some_python_call()"> or, for example,
<dtml-call "REQUEST.set('variableu', another_call())">
> Sometimes, I see functions used in DTML which are not referenced in DTML
> language reference. I guess that it's Python functions. So, I ask the question
Most of the time they are Zope functions - methods, defined in Zope
classess. They are poorly documente 'cause real Hackers Have No Time to
Your real source of information is Zope source code. That's another
strong reason to learn Python.
Oleg. (All opinions are mine and not of my employer)
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