thanks for your info and efforts.
I am currently working on a Project using Plone 2.0 for which I need a visu=
Since the project is due by the end of the year, I need to use a solution t=
is available by then.=20
My question therefore is:what is the state of the plone integration?
Is there something I could use to start with?
I would very much like to help beta testing, but it must be in an Plone=20
Am Freitag, 14. November 2003 16:27 schrieb Philipp von Weitershausen:
> The epoz project is pleased to announce the first beta version of its
> cross-browser visual HTML editor!
> Originally written by Maik Jablonski, the editor famous in the world of
> Zope and Plone was completely redesigned by Paul Everitt (Zope Europe
> Association) and Guido Wesdorp (Infrae) and Philipp von Weitershausen
> (philiKON Valley). The result is a very flexible editing machine based
> on the following concepts:
> - Integration
> epoz was designed to be highly integrable into target products. It
> uses Zope Page Templates (ZPT) for the XHTML templating. ZPTs hide
> templating instructions in XML namespaces. That way, all XHTML
> templates in epoz remain valid XHTML documents and should be able
> to be used in similar templating systems without modification.
> That also means, epoz can directly be used off of the filesystem
> or served by Apache, without any templating engine.
> - Document-centric and asynchronous editing
> Other in-browser editors simply provide a replacement for the
> textarea element in XHTML forms. epoz instead focuses on
> document-centric editing. It lets you edit the contents of an
> XHTML document and dublin core metadata (Title, Creator etc.) in a
> compact and standard-conformant way. Upon save, epoz constructs a
> full-fledged XHTML document again and invokes a PUT request to the
> server. Being a standard HTTP command, PUT requests can be served
> by nearly any webserver, even Apache (with mod_dav)!
> - Customization and extensibility
> The looks of epoz can be modified without having to modify the
> XHTML templates by simply customizing the Cascading Style
> MVC concept. That means you may customize large or small parts of
> the editor without having to reimplement or subclass anything, but
> it also means extending epoz's functionality is just as easy.
> Where can I get it?
> You may download a tarball at the the epoz project homepage at
> How can I use it?
> epoz comes with a great deal of documentation already. The
> INSTALL.txt file in the 'doc' directory should provide a small set
> of introductions for Zope users.
> If you would like to see epoz in action without having to install it
> in Zope, you may either download the tarball and open
> 'common/epozmacros.html' in your browser or visit the following URL
> (served by Apache, btw):
> If you happen to succeed at integrating epoz into your favourite web
> application server, feel free to contact us if you would like to
> contribute your code to the project. Equally, any documentation
> about how to integrate, customize or extend are very welcome.
> What to expect for future releases
> - Link and image toolbox:
> The original Epoz editor provided a toolbox for Plone users that
> was loaded in a browser pop-up window. Since epoz 1.0 puts a lot
> of focus on document-centric editing, it places toolbox elements
> such as a link or image browser and table creator right on the
> edit page. Results for link and image searching will be loaded
> asynchronously in a yet-to-defined XML format.
> In upcoming releases, we will provide asynronous server-side
> methods for link and image searching in Zope2, CMF, Plone and
> - Plone integration:
> Although we have made an effort to integrate it with Plone
> 1.0/2.0, we have seen that current versions of Plone does not
> allow an editor to take over for document-centric editing. Philipp
> has made a Plone Improvement Proposal (PLIP) to provide a visual
> editing architecture in Plone
> (http://plone.org/development/current/projects/PLIP5). The
> proposal has been accepted by the community and Philipp is
> currently implementing. It is expected that Plone 2.1 will be
> ready to be plugged together with upcoming versions of epoz.
> How to report bugs?
> Please help us make epoz 1.0 bugfree and report bugs you encounter
> http://codespeak.net/issues/epoz/ (mind the trailing slash)
> Further questions? Write us to:
> We are looking forward to your comments.
> On behalf of the epoz project,
> Philipp von Weitershausen
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