[Grok-dev] Security declarations

Martijn Faassen faassen at startifact.com
Fri Oct 9 10:13:13 EDT 2009


Marc Rijken wrote:
> In the security declarations we have to use the name of the permission. 
> For me it is more logical and less error sensitive when the string may 
> be replaced by the class.

> My preferred situation is:
> class FooPermssion(grok.Permission):
>      grok.name('foo.permission')
>      grok.title('Foo Permission')
> class FooRole(grok.Role):
>      grok.name('foo.Role')
>      grok.title('Foo Role')
>      grok.permissions(
>          FooPermission,  # class instead of string
>          )
> class FooView(grok.View):
>      grok.name('index.html')
>      grok.require(FooPermission) # class instead of string
> What do you think?

Have you tried this? I thought we had this feature already, at least in 
grok.View. I'm not sure whether it also works for grok.Role. If not, 
that we should add this.



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