[ZDP] FW: [ZDP] REVIEW: Proposed Zope Developer's Guide Outline

Rik Hoekstra hoekstra@fswrul.fsw.leidenuniv.nl
Wed, 19 May 1999 15:31:06 +0200

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> From: zdp-admin@zope.org [mailto:zdp-admin@zope.org]On Behalf Of Martijn
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> Sent: woensdag 19 mei 1999 15:06
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> Subject: Re: [ZDP] REVIEW: Proposed Zope Developer's Guide Outline
> Tom Deprez wrote:
> > However, the problem I have is that it is a huge amount of text (about 9
> > pages). Maybe it would be easier to put a sort of tree in front of it.
> > (Like in http://zdp.zope.org/guide/introduction/starting/) This makes it
> > easier to read and etc... than just write the different
> chapters in another
> > fontstyle.
> I agree that this thing should be put into some sort of (Zope) tree
> format to make it easier to manage (and do automagic Martijn Pieters
> things to it :). First we need to find a way to fit this with the ZDP
> structures (or the other way around if this is bigger than what we have)
> though. I'm waiting for our document mapper librarian people to say
> their lot. :)
 So one librarian contributing a partial contribution to get started with:

a mapping between Amos'document and Zbook.
A remark in advance though:

Amos document is very complete. It should also be mapped to Craig Allen's

References to Amos document by header, to ZBook by chapter and paragraph
number (As far as they exist):

ZDG                    |      ZBook
Introduction           |      I.1-I.2
Basic Concepts         |
  Objects and Methods  |      I.3 (?)
    Zen of Objects     |      II.2.1
                       |      II.2.3
    Zen of Acquisition |      II.2.2
  Object Publishing    |      II.3-II.4
  Object Persistence   |      II.4.1-II.4.3

I Think most of the map between ZDG en ZBook is covered with this (but I may
have forgotten some items).