Andreas Jung wrote:


...
Larger JS frameworks like Dojo tend to be split across several files and
directories. The fun starts when such frameworks load/reload stuff
using relative URLs. A co-worker using Dojo intensively had to invest
some time in order to integrate such a JS monster properly. As far as I
remember Extjs also uses multiple files (but not as much as Dojo
does)..so please check in advance.

Another point: consider using CMF and putting your library files into a
directory system view on the filesystem. This makes your life much easier.

Or just upload via WEBDAV.
One of the biggest advantages of Zope is the isolation from physical
file system.

Regards
Tino
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