[Grok-dev] Initializing an app and module structure

Sebastian Ware sebastian at urbantalk.se
Tue Jan 20 13:08:58 EST 2009

I use the documentation that you find in the downloaded eggs  
extensively. Sometimes I open the egg-catalog as a "project" in  
TextMate (just a nice texteditor with tabs and simple file handling),  
which allows me to perform fulltext search in all the downloaded  
components and a simple way to navigate the components to find readme  
files, interface definitions etc. This has helped me a lot!

Mvh Sebastian

20 jan 2009 kl. 17.24 skrev Jeroen Michiel:

> Martijn Faassen-2 wrote:
>> Jeroen Michiel wrote:
>> [snip]
>> I agree definitely with this. Unfortunately since I'm fairly familiar
>> with Zope 3 I am probably not the right person to produce these
>> pointers. If you can give some links (and descriptions on them)  
>> then we
>> can see about integrating them into the site (or the reference,
>> tutorial, developer's notes, etc).
> Well, the places I'm getting my info currently are (apart from the  
> grok site
> itself)
> http://pypi.python.org/pypi : the Python Package index
> http://apidoc.zope.org/++apidoc++/ : the Zope 3 API documentation
> But there must be others out there, I guess?
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