I have several existing Z2 Products that aren't going anywhere. I still need
these. I can't just move to Z3 and leave our existing Z2 Products behind.
On Fri, Dec 25, 2009 at 6:40 AM, Andreas Jung <li...@zopyx.com> wrote:
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> Jim Pharis wrote:
> > I want to start developing new stuff using CA paradigms in Z2.
> So *why* Zope 2?
> The ZTK/Zope 3 modules provide a much cleaner
> basis for new projects than the Zope 2 app-server. So what is
> in Zope 3/ZTK missing? Why do you need a cruft of infrastructure
> for your new project?
> - -aj
> > This seems like it should now be possible because Z2.12 itself is
> > now built on ZTK. However, I'm running into problems. For example,
> > zcml directives such as the one in
> > zope.app.container-3.8.0-py2.6.egg/zope/app/container/browser/meta.zcml:
> name="containerViews" aren't wired into Z2.12 it seems. Trying to
> > use <browser:containerViews throws an 'Unknown directive' error.
> > That's just 1 example. Well I could start wiring all this stuff
> > myself, it seems like that should be done already.
> > - Jim
> > On Fri, Dec 25, 2009 at 5:51 AM, Andreas Jung <li...@zopyx.com
> > <mailto:li...@zopyx.com>> wrote:
> > Jim Pharis wrote:
> >> What's my use case for developing Zope3ish/ZTKish in Zope2
> >> instead of just using Zope3? All the preceived benefits of Zope3
> >> now available in Zope2 well still being able to use all our Zope
> >> 2 Products. I thought basing Zope2.12 on ZTK bridged the 2
> >> worlds.
> > Do you want to develop a minimal ZTK/Zope-3 based application? So
> > you don't deal with the 10-year old code cruft of Zope 2 - or? What
> > is in the Zope 3/ZTK modules not missing?
> > -aj
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