Michel Pelletier wrote:
> Jason Cunliffe wrote:
> > 2. Fixes the OReilly book in some sensible manner - add highly legible note
> > on Page 1, update the index in useful manner to catch the differences.
> Oh I'll be doing that one, no worries there.
> > 3. Will explain to me 100% clearly what difference there is now between a
> > regular Python script and a 'Python Script' in Zope?
> There is no such thing as a "script" in the Python language (see the
> index of the "language reference" on the python site, you will find
> "method" and "module" but not "script"). "Script" is just a word that
> is informally and commonly used to refer to a chunk of code written in
> some language on some platform that is invoked by some action, possibly
> from a "command line" or by double clicking on an icon. In the case of
> a Zope Python Script, the code is written in python, the platform is
> Zope, and the "command line" is your web browser.
Connotatively, scripting rings the same meaning as ASP scripting,
PHP scripting, JSP scripting... How is Python script different from
But Python script isn't "SCRIPTING" in that sense of the word.
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