On 5/9/06, Jonathan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I think I am misunderstanding something basic about python/zope here. Why
does a TOC object evaluate to false?

Well, why not? If you are checking for none-ness, use "is None".
Evaluating the object is wrong.

If the TOC object evaluates to something empty as a side-effect of
something, or because it explicitly is supposed to return something
useful when evaluated, who in this case happens to be empty/false, is
besides the point. It should be easy to figure out if you read the
source, though. :-)

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