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Andre Meyer wrote:
> There are better experts than myself on this list, but I have never
> had a need to bother with this file for a file-system based product.
> You can just use the standard Python libraries. Probably, the Guard.py
> file protects users of ExternalMethods, but that is just a guess.
Nope. ExternalMethods are free to use whatever Python libraries they
want. The OP seemed to be asking how to turn off the access / import
checking for "untrusted" code, which is the only case where the Guard /
RestrictedPython stuff matters.
Nobody here is too willing to help him shoot himself in that foot,
offering instead pointers to the approved mechanisms (filesystem-based
Products / External Methods).
Tres Seaver [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Zope Corporation "Zope Dealers" http://www.zope.com
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