[Zope3-Users] Re: Using dotted package names
Fabio Rizzo Matos
fabiorizzo at gmail.com
Sun Sep 24 12:36:42 EDT 2006
Sorry, wrong Post.
I was talking to put support for dotted packages, for AGX generated products.
On 9/23/06, Philipp von Weitershausen <philipp at weitershausen.de> wrote:
> Fabio Rizzo Matos wrote:
> > Olha pq não estava rolando os nossos pontos!
> > /me precisamos corrigir o agx para gerar os nomes de pacotes com
> > pontos. Hoje ele está substituindo para ponto.
> English, please.
> > abraços
> > On 9/23/06, Philipp von Weitershausen <philipp at weitershausen.de> wrote:
> >> George Lee wrote:
> >> > I am trying to be a good programmer and create pure Zope packages
> >> instead of
> >> > Plone products when possible.
> >> That's great! Note that you will either need Zope 2.10 or Zope 2.9 +
> >> Five 1.4 for this.
> >> > How do dotted package names (like plone.portlets or dotted.name)
> >> work? In
> >> > \zopeinstance\lib\python, is the package actually in
> >> > \zopeinstance\lib\python\dotted.name, or is it in
> >> > \zopeinstance\lib\python\dotted\name?
> >> The latter.
> >> > What is the purpose of using the dotted name?
> >> Short answer: package namespaces.
> >> Long answer: Say you're creating a widget library. You could call your
> >> package simply "widget". But then if I create a widget library and
> >> called it "widget", too, we'd have a conflict and couldn't use them at
> >> the same time. That's why you call your package "george.widget" and I'll
> >> call my package "philikon.widget". Makes sense?
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