On Nov 12, 2006, at 12:56 PM, Hafeliel wrote:
I bet you are getting the last modified date from the image. The image has attributes inside of it.
Are you saying that you can not track down where the python code is getting the attribute from the image?
I don't understand... When I track stuff down, I look at the code. Thats part of the beauty of open source. You have the source right there to look at.
Also... I don't watch this email with an eagle eye, but why haven't you just asked? These guys are terrific at answering questions and pointers. Watch:
What module should I look at to help track down where the attributes of an image are coming from?
I slightly agree here but only slightly. Weitershausen's book gives a complete A-Z example of a web site including the login page, user management, etc. And Weitershausen frequents this list.
I think, actually, you do. The world of hackers causes web development to require a lot of security. Zope's, the tiny bit I've used, seems very flexible.
I use the exact same logic. "I've a smart guy; I've been swinging in the wind forever; If I can't make it work, its the tools fault."
But, that logic is simply wrong.
In my case, I have not done web development "forever". If I had, I would not have as many problems with Zope as I do and I would understand how, what, when, where much better. I get really frustrated... But I take a step back. In my case, I am frustrated not with Zope but with my expectations of what I should be able to do.
I would not do a major project with PHP. Zope, Vignette, what is IBM's tool called? WorldSomethingOrOther --- they exist for a reason.
Why use C++? Why use Python? Why not just stick with BASIC? Everyone can write BASIC code, remember?
The same reasoning applies here. BASIC utterly breaks down as projects grow.
Also, I would argue that PHP is where its at today due to age and the time of introduction. Just like Windows or QuickBooks. If they were introduced today, they would utterly fail. But their miserable performance is tolerated today because they are intrenched. (That is not to say that I think PHP is bad -- only that the time something is introduced plays a huge role in how fast it spreads.)
Also -- take a look at Zope 3. I've used it more than Zope 2 which seem to be what you have tried. I find it really great.
Good luck and take care,
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