In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, M. Adam Kendall
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes
>In the past few days I have been working on a patch that will
>let you edit ZClasses via FTP without the need for typing in
>actual pathnames to get to the methods (mainly so I can edit
>ZClasses with HTML-Kit).  Strangely enough, even with the 
>modifications, I see this same thing.
>
>I've included this patch in case anyone wants to play around
>with it.  It's not the greatest, and definitely needs to be
>modified (some of the security mechanisms are bound to be 
>broken).  But it is a start anyway. ;)  
>
>> Interestingly, but perhaps merely coincidental, I notice that the URLs
>> of contained ZClasses as generated by the Zope management interface
>> have a "%20" immediately following the name of each contained ZClass
>> (but not the top-level ZClasss) - e.g, 
>[ A MIME application / octet-stream part was included here. ]
>
Does this let you write the methods back?
-- 
Robin Becker

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