binbrain at gmail.com
Fri Dec 25 07:46:35 EST 2009
Yes, I'm running into missing bits in various places. So even though Z2.12
is based on ZTK eggs, and ZTK eggs are designed using all the CA goodness, I
still can't easily develop using those methods. So I'm left leaving this
conversation thinking that I'm back to developing Products using the
esoteric manage_* methods, even in 2.12.
On Fri, Dec 25, 2009 at 7:13 AM, Jens Vagelpohl <jens at dataflake.org> wrote:
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> Jim Pharis wrote:
> > I have several existing Z2 Products that aren't going anywhere. I still
> > these. I can't just move to Z3 and leave our existing Z2 Products behind.
> There seems to be a misunderstanding what the ZTK is and what it isn't.
> The ZTK is *not* Zope 3, it is a bundle of libraries distilled from what
> used to be Zope 3. It does not include all of Zope 3, but those bits
> that were deemed to be useful for re-use. If there is any expectation
> that you can take a Zope 3 application and it will run unter Zope 2.12
> "because it's based on the ZTK" then that's wrong. You will run into
> missing bits.
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