"Aloy, Antoni" wrote:
> I have to major problems with the new version:
> a) Zope mxDate not found error. I have downloaded the module from its site
> and added to the Zope folder. This corrects the error. It seems its not in
> the CVS directory.
> b) Module Debugger doen't exist. Again it seems this module is not in the
> CVS repository.
I've checked and the CVS definitely has the Debugger and DateTime
Maybe you should do a checkout to get the new directories.
I dunno, I'm relatively new to CVS myself.
Btw as far as I know this is not mxDateTime but Digital Creations' own
> For all of us that can't figure what's the Zope module for, would you mind
> to write few lines about that? I know what's Zope but I can't "seen" how Boa
> and Zope work together.
Boa is a Python IDE and sets out to support as many Python
technologies that as possible.
Once you have set up your Explorer.*.cfg file for your Zope site,
you can explore the Zope directory structure like the web interface.
Documents (and other Zope objects) can be created from the Palette by
selecting the item on the Zope palette entry an clicking in the Zope
folder (the list not the tree) where you want it created.
If you right click on a Zope item in the list part of the explorer
there are options to cut/copy/paste/delete/export and import.
Also from the popup menu you can Inspect a Zope item which brings
up it's properties in the object inspector. Here you can also add
and delete properties.
Double click to open a Zope document as a syntax highlighted source
file in the IDE.
I think Zope fits very naturally in the Boa IDE framework. It by no
means replaces the web interface as there are many things only
accessible thru the web.
Does this answer your question?
Riaan >>> a='a=%s;a%%`a`';a%`a`
Boa Constructor - RAD GUI building IDE for wxPython