From: Robert Boulanger <robert@bl...> - 2002-04-10 16:42:12
Access Zope Objects:
1.) Import the file zoa.zexp, located in Boas subdirectory ZopeLib into the
Root of your Zope using the import feature of the ZMI.
2.) Add/Configure a new Zope Instance in the Boa Explorer Transports/Zope
Branch via Inspector
3.) Use it.
Debug running Zope:
1.) Open z2.py in Editor
2.) In the Editor select File - Set Command Line Parameters
Enter at least -D and evt. other stuff like -P 10000 for another port
offset and -t 1 for threading
3.) Start it via File-Debug module
4.) enter breakpoints in even multithreaded environments via a code line
if hasattr(sys,'breakpoint'): sys.breakpoint()
I noticed, that when the debugger once has stopped at a hard coded
breakpoint, you can use the soft breakpoints also from that moment on.
Hope this helps
At 17:41 09.04.2002 -0400, Kevin Light wrote:
>Would it be possible for someone "in the know" to give a 30 second guide on
>how to install Boa to be used with Zope?
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