--On 21. Juni 2007 13:57:04 -0400 Ken Winter <ken@...> wrote:
> Are the available methods of the CMFFormController "state" object
> documented (or at least listed) anywhere?
Are you missing some? DocFinderTab is your best friend.
> If the only "documentation" is in the code that defines the "state"
> object, can you tell me where in the Plone filesystem this code is
Well, you might look more closely yourself. You know that want to know=20
something about CMFFormController. So you look at its sources (open source=20
means you can look at it) and you'll find a file ControllerState.py which =
likely the one you want to look at. In addition you have this magical
tool called "grep". Since you know the names of some methods you can easily
grep where the methods are defined. Since you're smart and know that method =
definitions in Python start with "def" you can use 'grep "def =
to locate the related file. You don't have to ask where is what. All=20
operating system provide enough tools to perform such searches on your =
Even the Windows search functionality is useful for that. Don't miss
desktop searches like GoogleDesktop or something similar on Linux/KDE.