I see that the latest version of the O'Reilly Zope book now talks about
Python and Perl *Scripts*, but refers still to DTML and ZSQL *Methods*.
Does this reflect some actual conceptual difference between a Script
and a Method, or is it simply because of the burden of also renaming
DTML, ZSQL, etc?

I understand that it is recommended that logic be implemented using
Python/Perl Scripts, while DTML Methods should now be reserved for
presentation; but I wasn't sure if that could be the rationale for the
Scripts/Methods division, since ZSQL Methods don't really fall into the
presentation category.

If the difference is explained in the book, please excuse my having
missed it; if not, I'd welcome an explanation, and perhaps it would be
worthwhile including it in the book too.

Hamish Lawson

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