Yeah, if POST and GET are desired to have semantic differences, your
code will have to explicitly check request['REQUEST_METHOD'].

On 11/28/05, Tres Seaver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>  The trickiest thing about REST from Zope's point of view is that its
> proponents seem to think POST (which is a general purpose verb) should
> only be used for "resource creation".  Zope is happy to map POST / GET
> requests onto *any* publishable method, which means that you have to try
> hard to abide by the RESTriction.  Zope also supports using PUT for
> "resource creation", which the REST folks don't seem to get.


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