Loren Stafford wrote:
> From: "Bill Anderson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Loren Stafford wrote:
> > ...
> > > So how about this: I invite other developers to create rescheduler
> > > sub-products for Xron.  If you create a rescheduler product, let me know
> > > about it, and I'll link to it from the Xron product page. Your product
> could
> > > be a Python product or a ZClass product. There's probably room for
> something
> > > like "Simple Rescheduler for Xron", which would do Weekly, Hourly, and
> > > OneTime; and "Cron for Xron" which would be a full cron-like interface;
> and
> > > maybe a product of intermediate complexity. The "Simple Rescheduler"
> would
> > > make a good first-time ZClass project. The developer would need to know
> how
> > > to write a ZClass, how to handle PropertySheets in a ZClass, and how to
> use
> > > DateTime.
> > >
> > > Does this sound like a good plan or a bad one? Any takers?
> >
> >
> > I am actually working on a simple scheduling product based on Xron. Though
> it wasn't originally intended for public
> > consumption, I may be convinced to at least put it up for download.
> >
> Bill,
> Can you tell us a little about your product? Where does it fall on the scale
> from "Simple" to "Cron"?

Fairly simple. I have a Product I called EventScheduler or something (it's at work, I 
am at home), that basically
sublasses Event, and aghs the reschedule method like you talked about. So far, I have 
Daily Event and Weekly Event. They
should work, but they haven't been in use long enough to know. I did it this afternoon 
(my time: US/Mountain), so I'll
know tomorrow on the Daily.


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