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Thanks for a tips,
I have looked on the Guide you suggested.
I think I understand the concepts, but still missing something.
To make the simplest case,
1. I started with fresh instance prepared by the paster,
2. created this source:
firstName = "aaaa"
c = Contact()
3. to the sys.path in bin/instance added the "/path/to/src" (which
4. started instance and checked, that the /path/to/src is on loaded
5. pointed browser to localhost:8091/c/firstName .
Resource c not found, Zope says. Yes, it can't be SO simple, but
please, what should I do?
Thanks for your patience..
Lennart Regebro napsal(a):
> On Sat, Mar 7, 2009 at 23:21, David Zejda <d...@atlas.cz> wrote:
>> And now, please, what to do now, to have a few python lines somewhere in
>> the egg dir, which the zope would know how to deal with?
> The "egg dir" as you call it is a Python module, and you put Python
> code there. Zope knows how to deal with it, that is not the problem.
> What you need to do is get the Python code to deal with Zope. :)
>> And on what url will be the "hello world" available then?
> That is completely up to you. :)
> The question now, is this Zope 3 or Zope 2?
> For Zope 3, you should probably get a book. http://worldcookery.com/
> There was another book to in the beginning of Zope 3, but I don't know
> it has been updated.
> You could also, for Zope 3, opt to use Grok, which is a framework
> built on Zope 3 that makes Zope 3 easier: http://grok.zope.org/
> For Zope 2, you can start here: http://docs.zope.org/zope2/zdgbook/source/
> Then, you should probably buy the above book too. Zope 3 technologies
> are getting very common in Zope 2.
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