Thank you Dieter, I've found that DirectoryStorage is not what I was looking
for. I didn't realize that DS was something more like an file system version
Trying to install LocalFS it is missing two files, see below, and this is what
happens with LocalFS and the updated LocalFS called StreamingFS.
I wanted something more like the LocalFS product but it fails not finding
content_types and then after adding content_types.py from Zope 2.6.1 it can't
find ts_regex. I see that content_types just uses re and mimetypes so I
didn't think there would be any harm adding it from an older version of Zope
to this one. I added ts_regex.py from the 2.6.1 Zope and I can add a LocalFS
object but opening it I get "Resource not found" and no errors on the
terminal running zopectl fg.
Although when starting Zope I get
/opt/zope/lib/python/ts_regex.py:15: DeprecationWarning: the regex module is
deprecated; please use the re module
import regex, regsub #, Sync
/usr/local/lib/python2.4/regsub.py:15: DeprecationWarning: the regsub module
is deprecated; please use re.sub()
/opt/zope/lib/python/OFS/Application.py:809: DeprecationWarning: __init__.py
of Products.ExternalFile has a long deprecated 'methods' attribute. 'methods'
support might be removed in Zope 2.11 or a later feature release. Please use
the 'legacy' argument of registerClass instead if the methods are
constructors. Or refactor the product using adapters.
But I'm not sure what is involved in refactoring or registerClass and don't
know if that will allow LocalFS to operate properly if that is done. I
assume filesystemview doesn't work with Zope alone, right?
I have moved away from the ExternalFile product because using the batch method
does not update files in secondary folders, just the current folder and there
are too many secondary folders to have to update each one individually.
So, to anyone, is there a Product that works that will allow transparent
access to files on the filesystem through zope, like LocalFS?
On Wednesday 10 September 2008 13:36, Dieter Maurer wrote:
> Thomas Bennett wrote at 2008-9-9 13:12 -0400:
> >python 2.4.5
> >Zope 2.11.1-final
> >DirectoryStorage 1.1.19
> >First, is there a more preferable product to use to serve files, mostly
> > PDF, from the file system with Zope?
> >I suspect lock_file.py has changed since the DirectoryStorage product was
> > last updated.
> >I followed instructions on http://dirstorage.sourceforge.net/install.html
> > to install DirectoryStorage. I got to step 11. "Start Zope" and at the
> > end of Traceback 1 (see below)
> > File
> > "/usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/DirectoryStorage/PosixFilesystem.
> >py", line 12, in ? from ZODB.lock_file import lock_file
> >ImportError: cannot import name lock_file
> >There are no classes or methods named lock_file in lock_file.py so I
> > changed the import statement in PosixFilesystem.py to from ZODB import
> > lock_file
> The interface changed a bit.
> Now, it is assumed that "LockFile" is used (and "close" to release the
> It is probably very simple to adapt "DirectoryStorage" correspondingly.
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