[Zope-CMF] Re: Tools as local utilities
optilude at gmx.net
Sun Sep 10 14:09:00 EDT 2006
Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
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> On 10 Sep 2006, at 14:53, Rocky Burt wrote:
>>> This sounds fine, but we'd probably want to wait until we have a CMF
>>> version that does require 2.10, right? HEAD says Zope >= 2.9. Unless
>>> we want to work with indirections that know how to do the right thing.
>> I guess as far as the Plone community is concerned having CMF 2.1
>> require Zope 2.10 would be no problem since the next release of Plone
>> will require Zope 2.10. Of course I'm not going to be naive enough to
>> think just because it's ok for the Plone community it's good enough for
>> all other CMF consumers :)
> Just out of curiosity, which dependencies does Plone 3.0 have that
> require Zope 2.10? Or was it some papal edict to use 2.10?
2.10 really is lovely, because Zope 3.3 is lovely. :)
The local components story is much, much better. Look at Hanno's
GSLocalAddOns package (which really should move to CMFCore once CMFCore
is happy to require 2.10+), or other examples. Basically, it solves a
lot of the problems we had with 2.9 and earlier in that it was hard to
make things installable into a CMF site - a global utility or adapter
was an either-or proposition for all sites in a Zope instance.
Being able to use local adapters (and local event handlers) is also very
Plus, the whole story around formlib, zope.contentprovider, zope.viewlet
is improved, (these three tools are great - if you haven't played with
them, go read the doctests, or Rocky's formlib tutorial on plone.org)
and Five has caught up to these to make them accessible to us.
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