OK, OK, there are *many* ways of shooting yourself in the 
foot with Zope, but I want to enter this as one of the 
most concise ways. 

Elaboration welcome. 

In order to get more debugging info about the environment
I'm working in, I included '<dtml-var REQUEST>' in my 
'standard_html_footer'. This worked so nicely, I added 
'<dtml-var RESPONSE>' too, arguing that the REQUEST is 
probably only half the story. However, adding '<dtml-var 
RESPONSE>' turned out to be pretty stupid, since it caused
some kind of recursion (the response contains the response?)
which had Zope taking up 99% of CPU and rendering *nothing*. 

At least, I *think* this is what happened.

Enlightenment even more welcome.

Jean Jordaan   --    technical writer    --
Mosaic Sofware --    Zope 2.1.6 on WinNT and W2K

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