[Grok-dev] testing apps with grok-1.1a1

Kevin Teague kevin at bud.ca
Mon Nov 30 15:59:36 EST 2009

On Nov 30, 11:40 am, Jan-Wijbrand Kolman <janwijbr... at gmail.com>
> Hi,
> I'd like to hear from you guys... :-)
> Are your apps running on grok-1.1a1, based on ZTK?

I've got an in-development app running on it, and got another medium-
sized app using it on Friday with no hassles.

> Our applications are. It took little a bit of work, but not much:
> * hurry.query:
> The 0.9.2 release of hurry.query still uses the "old" zapi imports.
> These are gone in ZTK. Today I released hurry.query 1.0 since the trunk
> already had the clean ups required to make it "ZTK compatible".

Yeah, I noticed that one, then noticed then trunk had the fixes but
wasn't released, and now it is :)

> Do people have more test results? What about doing an second alpha
> quickly, where hopefully some of the deprecated imports have been removed?

Yes, I went through the ZTK migration process w/ Grok itself and
migrated all the imports on friday. How about all of the grokcore.*
packages, have those imports been migrated?

It would also be nice if the ZTK itself had a release. Right now we're
using "ZTK trunk", but that specific set of versions could more
accurately be called ZTK 1.0a1, no?

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