Richard Moon wrote:
> Agree completely. I was very disappointed when saw the latest release of
> the PTK needs a compilation of a C program. That's a real backward step.
That's not or shouldn't be the case. By 'C program', I presume you mean
the dynpersist module requried my LoginManager:
1. LoginManager, AFAIK, is now optional for the PTK.
2. ZPatterns, and hence LoginManager, will no longer need this in the
near future. It was only actually needed for Zope 2.1.x compatability,
That said, Zope could do with a decent product installation management
system. There's a proposal for this on dev.zope.org, though :-)
> There's also differences in tarballs creeping in - there's one product (is
> it SQL Session) which you have to put in the /Products directory under Zope
> while others you unpack at the top level Zope directory.
This is the 'new' way of doing things that works with INSTANCE_HOME
installations. SiteAccess 2 and Squishdot 0.7.2+ are also packaged like
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