I've used webdav with zope and kde some times ago, and thought it'd be great if I document the steps so that I don't forget, and hopefully others will benefit from the experience.
Here's how to use KebasData to get the latest post to the zope list as plone slot.
There's a message in the zope list stating that zopectl that ships with zope2.7.0 did not work properly. The symptoms differ in linux and osx.
After the release of zope 2.7.0 and plone 2, i thought it'd be good to actually run my-zope.org on released software.
The zope upgrade was no problem.
This is more of a note to self, and probably would help others.
I've played with boa-constructors previously, *played* being the operative word. Here's how to create a menubar/menu item with boa-constructor.
I finally took the plunge, and migrated my-zope.org from plone1.x to plone 2rc5
Some manual tuning was needed, since I used ZopeZen skin previously.
I got my self a brand new HP DL360, 1 G RAM and 2 CPUs. And I thought it's about time I get to know Debian.
It was not love at first sight...
I spent the wee hours of Sunday upgrading my sites to 2.6.3 Everything looks great. Refreshed, visited the sites .. cool, no problem. Or so i thought.
It was announced that all zope sites prior to versions 2.6.3 and 2.7.0b4 need to update.
It's one hour and 34 minutes past midnight. we're in 2004 already. what can we expect?
After upgrading my zope instance to 2.7, LocalFs stopped working. IIRC, in zope2.6.x, at least an error saying that there's no docstring was given. In zope 2.7, zope returns a Not Found.
kernel 2.6.0 was released a while back, and i took a few days to try it out.
it's about time i stopped dilly dallying, and install plone2.
i've had this idea in my head since forever. it's now time to put ideas to actions. It seems only natural to use KebasData as plone slots, so that stuff from somewhere else can be used as though it's part of the plone site.
yup. i'll be going on a long holiday. it's Eid ul Fitri.
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