Jerry wrote:
> Sure, <dtml-comment> is meant for "comments", but every
> programmer needs to disable blocks of code to eliminate
> factors while debugging. We all abuse comment characters for
> this purpose, and it works well enough to get the job done.

Gotta agree with that!!

> But in Zope it goes like so: cut the suspect block, paste it
> into another window (text editor), save the DTML object, test,
> paste back into DTML, etc. This was the last thing a colleague
> saw before he refused to have any more to do with Zope.

Yeah, it is a pain in the arse...



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