On Sunday January 27, 2002 11:36 am, Edmund Lian wrote:
> Geoff wrote:
> >>You can actually already accomplish this by putting a function called
> contextInitialize(app, path) into the __init__.py of your context. [snip]
> I'm not sure if this particular fact is mentioned in the documentation,
> though. I think Webware's documentation is generally pretty good for what
> covers, but there's some features that aren't covered at all.<<
> No I didn't know about this. It's not in the docs. However, this isn't
> quite the same as having a startup handler. With a startup handler, it
> would be possible to make sure things start in a known sequence. And, it
> would be possible to list, modify, and delete items from the startup
> sequence if it had these methods.
I don't get it -- how could you list, modify, and delete items from the
startup sequence? That implies that there's some code executed _before_ the
startup. Where would that code be? And what would be the point?