Martijn Pieters wrote:
On 10/9/07, Jason Cunliffe <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Confused by changes... I can't find any 'Products' or 'Import' folders
in my Zope3 instance...
Does this mean all those good products have to be rewritten using some
new super-complexificated Zope3 syntax?
I hope not. What am I missing please..?
I am afraid that you are correct. Zope 3 does not support Zope 2
products. Instead, Zope 2 is using more and more Zope 3 tech and
products get rewritten over time, gradually.
ah ok thanks..
so how in Z3 does one do the equivalent of
I'm just looking for some ways to do some very light script programming
in Zope3 via ftp from UltraEdit or directly using ZMI in a browser.
For example I have ''randomImage', a tiny Zope2 PythonScript to display
random images in whichever folder it is called from.
Beautiful example of what Zope does really well.
from random import choice
imagelink = str(choice( context.objectValues(['Image']) ))
print '<html><title>randomImage... </title><body> %s </body></html>' %
Please how/where do I this in Zope3 ?
What is the vehicle?
What ever happened to 'PythonScripts' and those nice 'External Methods'?
I read how Zope 3 was/is supposed to be be *more* pythonic [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Most of my client interfaces will be done in Flash [Actionscript3.0]. I
want Zope to remain *invisible* and stick to server-side tasks, with
Flash as the visible graphical face.
As much as possible client-side logic, design, presentation,
typography, media, and interface programming -- all that belongs on the
client. AJAX is now very popular for this reason also.
For my purposes, Flash is really perfect for this, except for one small
problem- lacks of basic communication between embedded SWF file and the
Good news = is there is now a very nice solution which opens the gates
for powerful easy Zope-Flash interoperability: SWFAddress
SWFAddress - Deep linking for Flash
"SWFAddress is a small script that sits on top of SWFObject
<http://blog.deconcept.com/swfobject/> and provides deep linking for
Flash websites and applications. In other words it enables the Back,
Forward and Reload buttons of the browser and creates unique URLs with
page titles that can be sent over email or IM. SWFAddress uses the
ExternalInterface functionality introduced in Flash Player 8 and comes
with a technique that enables search engine indexing for deep Flash links."
With SWFAddress installed and Zope scripts such as 'randomImage' it
means that one can write/craft standalone user interface components in
Flash or Flex AS3.0 - complied as .swf files.
A gallery image display widget for example can now be built to load
images using URL call http://somesite.com/images/randomImage
The beauty is the famous separation - logic, design, content. In this
example there is no need to change the flash file. It can be freely
copied and used in different places in different sites. But the
interface or transparently implicitly via the Zope programming lying
behind its ubercool object path logic =
So I'm trying to get to grips with the *simplest* possible use of Zope3
-- later I'll grapple with writing components etc if I need them
hope this makes sense
&thanks for any help
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