--On Wednesday, July 12, 2000 9:23 AM +0100 Paul Browning 


> So I've learned a rule of thumb - if I'm writing DTML and
> it isn't flowing then I really ought to be using Python. PythonMethods
> are nice but, as they stand, you only have access to built-in
> functions. So if you want to import modules you have to resort
> to External Methods. [Am I talking nonsense here? My empirical
> experience is that I can use string functions in a PythonMethod
> but not, say, stuff from the time module. Neither string nor time
> are built-in though ..... so why one and not the other?]
> The point of these reflections:
> * PythonMethods ought to be a high priority IMHO.


Thanks for


which answers my questions. I'll watch this space with interest.


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