On Sunday 02 March 2008 14:17:31 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Dear all
> We use Zope for the user interface part of our software product.
> We currently export the whole folder hierarchy into a .zexp file and
> maintain this file in Subversion.
> I'm looking for a way to manage a folder structure as individual
> Zope objects in Subversion.
If read-only access is enough, maybe this is for you:
> In fact, maintaining the Zope objects in the file system would suffice,
> there is no need to edit them with external editors or to be able
> to use Subversion from within Zope (we use TurtoiseSVN).
> We're using:
> - Zope 2.10
> - Windows
> - DTML (yes) Documents and Methods; lots of external methods; some
> and a low number of various other Zope objects.
> - Zope Objects and particularly Folders have security settings using
> custom roles
> I've browsed/googled and looked into books, and found a few products
> and hints, but most of them seem to be very outdated or not applicable
> to a Windows environment.
> Hence I would be very grateful for hints about the "state-of-the-art"
> way to achieve this.
> Thank you and best regards
> COMIT AG - A Swisscom Company
> Martin Gfeller, Senior Manager
> Risk Management - Quantax
> Pflanzschulstrasse 7
> CH-8004 Zurich
> mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> http://www.quantax.com/ - Market Risk & Return
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