[Grok-dev] Grokui and the security notifier
trollfot at gmail.com
Thu Jan 28 13:46:04 EST 2010
Well, it's keeping the package for database events to register a new
I'll clean up what I can, then.
We could simply trigger the security utility to be created when we
enable the security messages
so, it's never created if you don't use it and it removes the event
and the dependency
2010/1/28 Martijn Faassen <faassen at startifact.com>:
> Hi there,
> Souheil CHELFOUH wrote:
>> Does any of you use the security notifier of grokui.admin ?
>> It's the only thing that keeps the zope.app.appsetup dependency in
>> and, honestly, I'd never used it.
>> Is it something that people use and that should be religiously kept or
>> can we set that on fire and dance naked around ?
> I think we used the security notifier once; I'm not sure. Why does it
> keep a zope.app.appsetup dependency alive?
> Note that we can't get rid of zope.app.appsetup any time soon in Grok
> proper. So, the dependency's going to be there anyway when you install
> Grok. (we might rename it to zope.appsetup sometime just to be
> "zope.app" free, but it will come down to the same thing)
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