Does a (Script) Python object actually get created or is it another
object type like DTML Document when it is initially created? As far as
I can tell, it would have to be the latter, as Python Scripts don't
allow you to change their content-types (at least via the ZMI).
On Fri, 2005-05-20 at 17:05 +0200, Gaute Amundsen wrote:
> We just upgraded to Zope 2.7.5-1.fc3, python 2.3.4, and now I am having
> problems with authoring "Script (Python)"
> (using ssh tunnel: "ssh -L 2001:localhost:8081 [EMAIL PROTECTED]")
> I am using emacs, using eldav, using nd.
> I have traced the problem to this command issued by eldav in the process of
> saving changes to a file.
> "nd -S -p /localpath/script.py -a Zope
> The problem is replicated on the commandline.
> What happens is that the python script gets saved as Page Template with
> Content-Type: text/plain.
> ( I have tried nd's -T option, but to no avail )
> As nothing else have changed, ( afaik ) I must assume there has been some
> changes made to zopes webdav support.
> Any ideas anyone?
> Hm.. I notice we have ExternalEditor (0.5) installed.
> Could this have any influence? Perhaps I will try using it :)
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