2009/3/28 Tim Nash <thedag...@gmail.com>

> I get your point, I just don't agree with it. It is often easier to just
> install plone than it is to:
> 1. search and discover LocalFS
> 2. decide if it is too old or if it can be satisfactorily patched.
> 3. patch it (thank you Robert)
> 4. test, test and test it.
> 5. Hope that it still works in the next version of zope that comes out.
> 6. plan to test, test and test it in the next version of zope. And the
> next, and on and on.
> Or you can install plone and know that it has been well tested, it is well
> maintained and has a large community. One click and you are done. The next
> version of plone will also be well tested.
> Look, you can do it anyway you want but if you want to imply that my
> suggestion to use Plone  is 'insane' you need to come up with a better
> alternative than LocalFS.
> But of course this is all moot. For most installs the best way to use large
> javascript libraries is to put it into an apache folder.

Installing Plone in such a case is only the solution if one has no better
idea about doing things. The Filesystem Directory View functionality
is available out-of-the-box through CMF (which is much smaller than Plone).
There was also something like SkinnedFolder (I think) implementing
are similar functionality.

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