From: Tom Schwaller <tom.schwaller@we...> - 2001-05-02 21:16:19
> Anyway, if you take a look at my Web site (http://www.paul.boddie.net) you'll
> find the almost-latest installment of my XMLForms package (the successor to my
> XForms package). It contains form descriptions in XML and some interesting
> applications of hidden fields in order to provide client-side persistence
> without cookies. Whilst I'm sure your time is precious, you may want to
> investigate some of the concepts - it's really quite interesting, honest! ;-)
yes, it works without problems (I uncommented the context stuff in
to use the examples and in products.py and sites.py I had to use
from WebKit.Examples.ExamplePage import ExamplePage
Strange enough in another Webware version it worked
whitout this changes. But my reference right now
is Webware-0.5.1rc3.tar.gz and Python-2.1 (Webware
needs some small tweeks to be completely 2.1 compliant.
regex -> re.. changes mostly).
XMLForms incorporates a lot of interesting ideas.
It is not really fast though but it's the
first time that PyXML/PYthon and
some application works without any problems
for me :-) I have the impression that
a lof of the data handling can be done with Cans,
but the more approaches out there the better.
I'm still looking for my favorite way to write
Webware applications (I havn't found it yet :-))
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