ct at gocept.com
Fri Oct 20 04:23:51 EDT 2006
Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
> Christian Theune wrote:
>> I just noticed that our traverser does not know what to do if traverse()
>> isn't defined.
> What do you mean?
Well, it knows what to do: nothing. =)
>> I stumbled over that when I switched our wiki to grok.Container. I
>> talked to Philipp shortly on IRC and he proposed not to do fallback to
>> attribute/dict access.
> It should obviously use the getitem protocol for containers. But I
> really don't think we want to support traversing to arbitrary attributes
> or keys like in Zope 2. It makes stuff accessible via URLs that
> shouldn't be accessible.
>> I somewhat agree. However, we have to define how grok.Container behaves.
> Yes. I agree that that is currently fishy.
>> The most simple solution I can imagine would be to define a default
>> traverse() on the container that does the dict lookup.
> That's a good solution.
Alright, I'll add that later today then, if nobody else objects.
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