[Grok-dev] Re: access to the parts directory
ct at gocept.com
Fri Apr 25 11:47:14 EDT 2008
On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 05:20:51PM +0200, Martijn Faassen wrote:
> Fernando Correa Neto wrote:
>> Hey Joachim,
>> On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 3:26 AM, Joachim Schmitz <js at aixtraware.de> wrote:
>>> I want to have access to subdirectories of my installation, so that my
>>> application can read from or write to them. For example for mass-import of
>> Once upon a time, there was a Zope3 branch that would address the
>> zipimport issue but I am not sure how it ended.
>> I am not telling you what to do, but since I don't know any 3rd party
>> product to help you with that, try to play nicelly with your model's
>> __file__ and __path__ attributes and you'll probably come up with
>> something that will solve your problem.
>> But try to do it with security so you don't mess up with your
>> installation and application. If you ask Grok to kill itself, grok you
>> do exactly what you asking for, so....be carefull.
>> Does anyone know something that can deal with file system from zope?
> I'm not sure I understand.
> Python's 'open()' is a good way to deal with the filesystem from Zope. :)
> What I'd do is designate some directory on the system as the directory
> to import from, perhaps hardcoded in code, or perhaps configurable in
> the UI (though one needs to be very careful with that from a security
> For mass import you could also upload a zip file and have the
> application go through that.
True. As a note how to solve his specific question, he can use the products
section in zope.conf generated by buildout:
(this is pseudo-buildout)
zope.conf = ...
Then in your code, you can retreive this data using:
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