From: Jonathan Ellis <jonathan@ca...> - 2006-05-16 17:30:15
On Tue, 16 May 2006 12:56:48 -0400, "Dustin  " <dustin@...>
> Are there any forums/IRC channels that I'm unaware of that offers a
> community for Spyce users? Mailing lists can be effective, but for simple
> questions (at least you'd probably think so:)) it would be nice to just
> them somewhere where I don't feel bad about polluting my thoughts.
Well, a forum is just as much a permanent record as a mailing list. And
since they same questions tend to come up more than once, I do like
having a searchable medium like that. But I'd come hang out in #spyce
on freenode or whatever if you wanted to set one up. :)
> Right now, I'm wondering if there is a way I could create a type of
> placeholder, and make it active/inactive when necessary, like in ASP .NET
> don't use .NET, but I'm familiar with a little bit of it). I wanted to
> display errors at the top of a page, which would depend on the active tag
> values returned within the form below. I'm sure I could hack something
> but I just wanted to ask to see if perhaps there's something related to
> placeholders that can be activated.
No, not really. I don't think the power of that sort of pseudo-widget
is worth the complexity it adds -- although I _would_ like to add
validation tags to Spyce eventually, so this specific use case would be
covered there. You'll probably just have to add conditionals the hard
way until then.
> Great software package by the way. I have enjoyed Python from day one,
> having to write ugly CGI applications was not fun. Spyce definitely makes
Glad to hear it!
C++ is history repeated as tragedy. Java is history repeated as farce. --Scott McKay
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