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Repository: plone.dexterity
Branch: refs/heads/master
Date: 2014-11-11T10:58:01+01:00
Author: Jens W. Klein (jensens) <jk at kleinundpartner.at>
Commit: https://github.com/plone/plone.dexterity/commit/cbf9dbe3f333efeb196ee7773b4323c547950b54

minor housekeeping leftovers: adapts->@adapter, each import on one line

Files changed:
M plone/dexterity/browser/edit.py
M plone/dexterity/browser/traversal.py

diff --git a/plone/dexterity/browser/edit.py b/plone/dexterity/browser/edit.py
index 87013b6..338df61 100644
--- a/plone/dexterity/browser/edit.py
+++ b/plone/dexterity/browser/edit.py
@@ -9,7 +9,8 @@
 from plone.dexterity.interfaces import IDexterityEditForm
 from plone.dexterity.interfaces import IDexterityFTI
 from plone.z3cform import layout
-from z3c.form import form, button
+from z3c.form import button
+from z3c.form import form
 from zope.component import getUtility
 from zope.event import notify
 from zope.interface import classImplements
diff --git a/plone/dexterity/browser/traversal.py b/plone/dexterity/browser/traversal.py
index 1321e03..c7b93a0 100644
--- a/plone/dexterity/browser/traversal.py
+++ b/plone/dexterity/browser/traversal.py
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
 from plone.dexterity.interfaces import DAV_FOLDER_DATA_ID
 from plone.dexterity.interfaces import IDexterityContent
 from webdav.NullResource import NullResource
-from zope.component import adapts
+from zope.component import adapter
 from zope.publisher.interfaces.browser import IBrowserRequest
 
 try:
@@ -15,6 +15,7 @@
     from ZPublisher.BaseRequest import DefaultPublishTraverse
 
 
+ at adapter(IDexterityContent, IBrowserRequest)
 class DexterityPublishTraverse(DefaultPublishTraverse):
     """Override the default browser publisher to make WebDAV work for
     Dexterity objects.
@@ -24,8 +25,6 @@ class DexterityPublishTraverse(DefaultPublishTraverse):
     pseudo-resource that is shown for folderish content items.
     """
 
-    adapts(IDexterityContent, IBrowserRequest)
-
     def __init__(self, context, request):
         self.context = context
         self.request = request


Repository: plone.dexterity
Branch: refs/heads/master
Date: 2014-11-19T15:42:55+01:00
Author: Jens W. Klein (jensens) <jk at kleinundpartner.at>
Commit: https://github.com/plone/plone.dexterity/commit/ebc78101c6da7908c683b301db9f783c10d2ae92

Merge remote-tracking branch 'remotes/origin/master'

Files changed:
M README.rst

diff --git a/README.rst b/README.rst
index 01f5742..7c00d13 100644
--- a/README.rst
+++ b/README.rst
@@ -3,94 +3,68 @@ Dexterity
 
     "Same, same, but different"
 
-Dexterity is a system for building content types, both through-the-web and
-as filesystem code. It is aimed at Plone, although this package should work
-with plain Zope + CMF systems.
+Dexterity is a system for building content types, both through-the-web and as filesystem code.
+It is aimed at Plone, although this package should work with plain Zope + CMF systems.
 
 Key use cases
 -------------
 
 Dexterity wants to make some things really easy. These are:
 
-- Create a "real" content type entirely through-the-web without having to
-  know programming.
+- Create a "real" content type entirely through-the-web without having to know programming.
 
-- As a business user, create a schema using visual or through-the-web tools,
-  and augment it with adapters, event handlers, and other Python code
-  written on the filesystem by a Python programmer.
+- As a business user, create a schema using visual or through-the-web tools, and augment it with adapters, event handlers, and other Python code written on the filesystem by a Python programmer.
 
-- Create content types in filesystem code quickly and easily, without losing
-  the ability to customise any aspect of the type and its operation later
-  if required.
+- Create content types in filesystem code quickly and easily, without losing the ability to customise any aspect of the type and its operation later if required.
 
-- Support general "behaviours" that can be enabled on a custom type in a
-  declarative fashion. Behaviours can be things like title-to-id naming,
-  support for locking or versioning, or sets of standard metadata with
-  associated UI elements.
+- Support general "behaviours" that can be enabled on a custom type in a declarative fashion.
+  Behaviours can be things like title-to-id naming, support for locking or versioning, or sets of standard metadata with associated UI elements.
 
-- Easily package up and distribute content types defined through-the-web,
-  on the filesystem, or using a combination of the two.
+- Easily package up and distribute content types defined through-the-web, on the filesystem, or using a combination of the two.
 
 Philosophy
 ----------
 
-Dexterity is designed with a specific philosophy in mind. This can be
-summarised as follows:
+Dexterity is designed with a specific philosophy in mind.
+This can be summarised as follows:
 
 Reuse over reinvention
-
-   As far as possible, Dexterity should reuse components and technologies
-   that already exist. More importantly, however, Dexterity should reuse
-   *concepts* that exist elsewhere. It should be easy to learn Dexterity
-   by analogy, and to work with Dexterity types using familiar APIs and
-   techniques.
+   As far as possible, Dexterity should reuse components and technologies that already exist.
+   More importantly, however, Dexterity should reuse *concepts* that exist elsewhere.
+   It should be easy to learn Dexterity by analogy, and to work with Dexterity types using familiar APIs and techniques.
 
 Small over big
-
-   Mega-frameworks be damned. Dexterity consists of a number of specialised
-   packages, each of which is independently tested and reusable. Furthermore,
-   packages should have as few dependencies as possible, and should declare
-   their dependencies explicitly. This helps keep the design clean and the
-   code manageable.
+   Mega-frameworks be damned.
+   Dexterity consists of a number of specialised packages, each of which is independently tested and reusable.
+   Furthermore, packages should have as few dependencies as possible, and should declare their dependencies explicitly.
+   This helps keep the design clean and the code manageable.
 
 Natural interaction over excessive generality
-
-   The Dexterity design was driven by several use cases (see docs/Design.txt)
-   that express the way in which we want people to work with Dexterity. The
-   end goal is to make it easy to get started, but also easy to progress from
-   an initial prototype to a complex set of types and associated behaviours
-   through step-wise learning and natural interaction patterns. Dexterity
-   aims to consider its users - be they business analysts, light integrators
-   or Python developers, and be they new or experienced - and cater to them
-   explicitly with obvious, well-documented, natural interaction patterns.
+   The Dexterity design was driven by several use cases (see docs/Design.txt) that express the way in which we want people to work with Dexterity.
+   The end goal is to make it easy to get started, but also easy to progress from an initial prototype to a complex set of types and associated behaviours through step-wise learning and natural interaction patterns.
+   Dexterity aims to consider its users - be they business analysts, light integrators, or Python developers, and be they new or experienced - and cater to them explicitly with obvious, well-documented, natural interaction patterns.
 
 Real code over generated code
+   Generated code is difficult to understand and difficult to debug when it  doesn't work as expected.
+   There is rarely, if ever, any reason to scribble methods or 'exec' strings of Python code.
 
-   Generated code is difficult to understand and difficult to debug when it
-   doesn't work as expected. There is rarely, if ever, any reason to scribble
-   methods or 'exec' strings of Python code.
-
-Zope 3 over Zope 2
-
-   Although Dexterity does not pretend to work with non-CMF systems, as
-   many components as possible should work with plain Zope 3, and even where
-   there are dependencies on Zope 2, CMF or Plone, they should - as far as
-   is practical - follow Zope 3 techniques and best practices. Many
-   operations (e.g. managing objects in a folder, creating new objects
-   or manipulating objects through a defined schema) are better designed in
-   Zope 3 than they were in Zope 2.
+ZCA over old Zope 2
+   As many components as possible should work with plain ZCA (Zope Component Architecture, ``zope.*`` packages with origins in Zope 3).
+   Although Dexterity does not pretend to work with non-CMF systems,
+   Even where there are dependencies on Zope 2, CMF or Plone, they should - as far as is practical - follow ZCA techniques and best practices.
+   Many operations (e.g. managing objects in a folder, creating new objects or manipulating objects through a defined schema) are better designed in
+   ZCA than they were in Zope 2.
 
 Zope concepts over new paradigms
-
-   We want Dexterity to be "Zope-ish" (and really, "Zope 3-ish"). Zope is a
-   mature, well-designed (well, mostly) and battle tested platform. We do
-   not want to invent brand new paradigms and techniques if we can help it.
+   We want Dexterity to be "Zope-ish" (and really, "ZCA-ish").
+   Zope is a mature, well-designed (well, mostly) and battle tested platform.
+   We do not want to invent brand new paradigms and techniques if we can help it.
 
 Automated testing over wishful thinking
-
-   "Everything" should be covered by automated tests. Dexterity necessarily
-   has a lot of moving parts. Untested moving parts tend to come lose and
-   fall on people's heads. Nobody likes that.
+   "Everything" should be covered by automated tests.
+   Dexterity necessarily has a lot of moving parts.
+   Untested moving parts tend to come lose and fall on people's heads.
+   Nobody likes that.
 
 What's it all about?
 --------------------
@@ -99,141 +73,99 @@ With the waffle out of the way, let's look in a bit more detail about what
 makes up a "content type" in the Dexterity system.
 
 The model
+   The Dexterity "model" describes a type's schemata and metadata associated with those schemata.
+   A schema is just a series of fields that can be used to render add/edit forms and introspect an object of the given type.
+   The metadata storage is extensible via the component architecture.
+   Typical forms of metadata include UI hints such as specifying the type of widget to use when rendering a particular field, and per-field security settings.
 
-   The Dexterity "model" describes a type's schemata (most types will have
-   only one) and metadata associated with those schemata. A schema is just
-   a series of fields that can be used to render add/edit forms and
-   introspect an object of the given type. The metadata storage is extensible
-   via the component architecture. Typical forms of metadata include UI
-   hints such as specifying the type of widget to use when rendering a
-   particular field, and per-field security settings.
-
-   The model is typically described in XML, though at runtime it is an
-   instance of an object providing the IModel interface from
-   plone.supermodel. Schemata in the model are interfaces with zope.schema
-   fields.
-
-   The model can exist purely as data in the ZODB if a type is created
-   through-the-web. Alternatively, it can be loaded from a file. The XML
-   representation is intended to be human-readable and self-documenting.
-   It is also designed with tools like ArchGenXML and Genesis in mind,
-   that can generate models from a visual representation.
+   The model is described in also XML.
+   Though at runtime it is an instance of an object providing the IModel interface from ``plone.supermodel``.
+   Schemata in the model are interfaces with ``zope.schema`` fields.
 
-The schema
+   The model can exist purely as data in the ZODB if a type is created through-the-web.
+   Alternatively, it can be loaded from a file.
+   The XML representation is intended to be human-readable and self-documenting.
+   It is also designed with tools like `AGX  <http://agx.me>`_ in mind, that can generate models from a visual representation.
 
-   All content types have at least one (unnamed) schema. A schema is
-   simply an Interface with zope.schema fields. The schema can be specified
-   in Python code (in which case it is simply referenced by name), or it
-   can be loaded from an XML model.
+The schema
+   All content types have at least one (unnamed) schema.
+   A schema is simply an Interface with zope.schema fields.
+   The schema can be specified in Python code (in which case it is simply referenced by name), or it can be loaded from an XML model.
 
-   The unnamed schema is also known as the IContentType schema, in that the
-   schema interface will provide the Zope 3 IContentType interface. This
-   means that if you call queryContentType() on a Dexterity content object,
-   you should get back its unnamed schema, and that schema should be
-   provided by the object that was queried. Thus, the object will directly
-   support the attributes promised by the schema. This makes Dexterity
-   content objects "Pythonic" and easy to work with.
+   The unnamed schema is also known as the IContentType schema.
+   In that, the schema interface will provide the zope IContentType interface.
+   This means that if you call ``queryContentType()`` on a Dexterity content object, you should get back its unnamed schema, and that schema should be provided by the object that was queried.
+   Thus, the object will directly support the attributes promised by the schema.
+   This makes Dexterity content objects "Pythonic" and easy to work with.
 
 The class
-
    Of course, all content objects are instances of a particular class.
-   It is easy to provide your own class, and Dexterity has convenient
-   base classes for you to use. However, many types will not need a class
-   at all. Instead, they will use the standard Dexterity "Item" and
-   "Container" classes.
-
-   Dexterity's content factory will initialise an object of one of these
-   classes with the fields in the type's content schema, and will ensure
-   that objects provide the relevant interfaces, including the schema
-   interface itself.
-
-   The preferred way to add behaviour and logic to Dexterity content objects
-   is via adapters. In this case, you will probably want a filesystem
-   version of the schema interface (this can still be loaded from XML if you
-   wish, but it will have an interface with a real module path) that you
-   can register components against.
+   It is easy to provide your own class, and Dexterity has convenient base classes for you to use.
+   However, many types will not need a class at all.
+   Instead, they will use the standard Dexterity "Item" and "Container" classes.
 
-The factory
+   Dexterity's content factory will initialise an object of one of these classes with the fields in the type's content schema.
+   The factory will ensure that objects provide the relevant interfaces, including the schema interface itself.
 
-   Dexterity content is constructed using a standard Zope 3 IFactory
-   named utility. By convention the factory utility has the same name as the
-   portal_type of the content type.
+   The preferred way to add behaviour and logic to Dexterity content objects is via adapters.
+   In this case, you will probably want a filesystem version of the schema interface (this can still be loaded from XML if you
+   wish, but it will have an interface with a real module path) that you  can register components against.
 
-   When a Dexterity FTI (Factory Type Information, see below) is created,
-   an appropriate factory will be registered as a local utility unless one
-   with that name already exists.
+The factory
+   Dexterity content is constructed using a standard zope IFactory named utility.
+   By convention the factory utility has the same name as the portal_type of the content type.
 
-   The default factory is capable of initialising a generic 'Item' or
-   'Container' object to exhibit a content type schema and have the
-   security and other aspects specified in the type's model. You can use
-   this if you wish, or provide your own factory.
+   When a Dexterity FTI (Factory Type Information, see below) is created, an appropriate factory will be registered as a local utility unless one    with that name already exists.
 
-Views
+   The default factory is capable of initialising a generic ``Item`` or  ``Container`` object to exhibit a content type schema and have the security and other aspects specified in the type's model.
+   You can use this if you wish, or provide your own factory.
 
-   Dexterity will by default create an add view (registered as a local
-   utility, since it needs to take the portal_type of the content type into
-   account when determining what fields to render) and an edit view (
-   registered as a generic, global view, which inspects the context's
-   portal_type at runtime) for each type. There is also a default main
-   view, which simply outputs the fields set on the context.
+Views
+   Dexterity will by default create an:
+   - add view (registered as a local utility, since it needs to take the portal_type of the content type into account when determining what fields to render) and an
+   - edit view (registered as a generic, global view, which inspects the context's portal_type at runtime) for each type.
+   - A default main view exists, which simply outputs the fields set on the context.
 
-   To register new views, you will normally need a filesystem schema
-   interface. You can then register views for this interface as you
-   normally would.
+   To register new views, you will normally need a filesystem schema interface.
+   You can then register views for this interface as you normally would.
 
-   If you need to override the default add view, create a view for IAdding
-   with a name corresponding to the portal_type of the content type.
-   This will prevent Dexterity from registering a local view with the same
-   name when the FTI is created.
+   If you need to override the default add view, create a view for IAdding with a name corresponding to the portal_type of the content type.
+   This will prevent Dexterity from registering a local view with the same name when the FTI is created.
 
 The Factory Type Information (FTI)
+   The FTI holds various information about the content type.
+   Many operations performed by the Dexterity framework begin by looking up the type's FTI to find out some information about the type.
 
-   The FTI holds various information about the content type. Many operations
-   performed by the Dexterity framework begin by looking up the type's
-   FTI to find out some information about the type.
-
-   The FTI is an object stored in portal_types in the ZMI. Most settings can
-   be changed through the web. See the IDexterityFTI interface for more
-   information.
+   The FTI is an object stored in portal_types in the ZMI.
+   Most settings can be changed through the web.
+   See the IDexterityFTI interface for more information.
 
-   When a Dexterity FTI is created, an event handler will create a few
-   local components, including the factory utility and add view for the
-   new type. The FTI itself is also registered as a named utility, to
-   make it easy to look up using syntax like:
+   When a Dexterity FTI is created, an event handler will create a few local components, including the factory utility and add view for the new type. The FTI itself is also registered as a named utility, to make it easy to look up using syntax like::
 
        getUtility(IDexterityFTI, name=portal_type)
 
    The FTI is also fully importable and exportable using GenericSetup.
-   Thus, the easiest way to create and distribute a content type is to
-   create a new FTI, set some properties (including a valid XML model,
-   which can be entered TTW if there is no file or schema interface to use),
-   and export it as a GenericSetup extension profile.
+   Thus, the easiest way to create and distribute a content type is to create a new FTI, set some properties (including a valid XML model,
+   which can be entered TTW if there is no file or schema interface to use), and export it as a GenericSetup extension profile.
 
 Behaviors
+   Behaviors are a way write make re-usable bits of functionality that can be toggled on or off on a per-type basis.
+   Examples may include common metadata, or common functionality such as locking, tagging or ratings.
 
-   Behaviors are a way write make re-usable bits of functionality that can
-   be toggled on or off on a per-type basis. Examples may include common
-   metadata, or common functionality such as locking, tagging or ratings.
+   Behaviors are implemented using the plone.behavior package.
+   See its documentation for more details about how to write your own behaviors.
 
-   Behaviors are implemented using the plone.behavior package. See its
-   documentation for more details about how to write your own behaviors.
+   In Dexterity, behaviors can "inject" fields into the standard add and edit forms, and may provide marker interfaces for newly created objects.
+   See the example.dexterity package for an example of a behavior that provides form fields.
 
-   In Dexterity, behaviors can "inject" fields into the standard add and edit
-   forms, and may provide marker interfaces for newly created objects. See
-   the example.dexterity package for an example of a behavior that provides
-   form fields.
-
-   In use, a behavior is essentially just an adapter that only appears to be
-   registered if the behavior is enabled in the FTI of the object being
-   adapted. Thus, if you have a behavior described by my.package.IMyBehavior,
-   you'll typically interact with this behavior by doing::
+   In use, a behavior is essentially just an adapter that only appears to be registered if the behavior is enabled in the FTI of the object being adapted.
+   Thus, if you have a behavior described by my.package.IMyBehavior, you'll typically interact with this behavior by doing::
 
        my_behavior = IMyBehavior(context, None)
        if my_behavior is not None:
            ...
 
-   The enabled behaviors for a given type are kept in the FTI, as a
-   list of dotted interface names.
+   The enabled behaviors for a given type are kept in the FTI, as a list of dotted interface names.
 
 The Dexterity Ecosystem
 -----------------------
@@ -244,83 +176,52 @@ Zope and CMF.
 
 The most important packages are:
 
-plone.alterego (Python)
-
-   Support for dynamic modules that create objects on the fly. Dexterity
-   uses this to dynamically create "real" interfaces for types that exist
-   only through-the-web. This allows these types to have a proper
-   IContentType schema, and allows local adapters to be registered for
-   this interface (e.g. a custom view with a template defined through the
-   web).
-
-   Note that if a type uses a filesystem interface (whether written manually
-   or loaded from an XML model), this module is not used.
-
-plone.supermodel (Zope 3)
-
-   Supports parsing and serialisation of interfaces from/to XML. The XML
-   format is based directly on the interfaces that describe zope.schema type
-   fields, and is thus easily extensible to new field types. This has the
-   added benefit that the interface documentation in the zope.schema package
-   applies to the XML format as well.
+`plone.dexterity <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.alterego>`_ (CMF)
+   **this package** Defines the FTI and content classes.
+   It provides basic views (with forms based on z3c.form), handles security and so on.
+   It also provides components to orchestrate the various functionality provided by the packages above in order to bring the Dexterity system together.
 
-   Supermodel is extensible via adapters and XML namespaces. plone.dexterity
-   uses this to allow security and UI hints to be embedded as metadata in the
-   XML model.
+`plone.behavior <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.behavior>`_ (ZCA)
+   Supports "conditional" adapters. A product author can write and register  a generic behaviour that works via a simple adapter.
+   The adapter will appear to be registered for types that have the named behaviour available.
 
-plone.behavior (Zope 3)
+   Dexterity wires this up in such a way that the list of enabled behaviours is stored as a property in the FTI.
+   This makes it easy to add/remove behaviours through the web, or using GenericSetup at install time.
 
-   Supports "conditional" adapters. A product author can write and register
-   a generic behaviour that works via a simple adapter. The adapter will
-   appear to be registered for types that have the named behaviour
-   available.
-
-   Dexterity wires this up in such a way that the list of enabled behaviours
-   is stored as a property in the FTI. This makes it easy to add/remove
-   behaviours through the web, or using GenericSetup at install time.
-
-plone.folder (CMF)
-
-   This is an implementation of an ordered, BTree-backed folder, with Zope 3
+`plone.folder <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.folder>`_ (CMF)
+   This is an implementation of an ordered, BTree-backed folder, with ZCA
    dictionary-style semantics for managing content items inside the folder.
    The standard Dexterity 'Container' type uses plone.folder as its base.
 
-plone.autoform (CMF)
-
-   Contains helper functions to construct forms based on tagged values stored
-   on schema interfaces.
-
-plone.directives.form (CMF)
-
-   Adds convention-over-configuration support for plone.supermodel schemata
-   and plone.autoform form hints.
+`plone.autoform <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.autoform>`_ (CMF, z3cform)
+   Contains helper functions to construct forms based on tagged values stored on schema interfaces.
 
-plone.dexterity (CMF)
+`plone.supermodel <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.supermodel>`_ (ZCA)
+   Supports parsing and serialisation of interfaces from/to XML.
+   The XML format is based directly on the interfaces that describe zope.schema type fields.
+   Thus it is easily extensible to new field types.
+   This has the added benefit that the interface documentation in the zope.schema package applies to the XML format as well.
 
-   This package defines the FTI and content classes, provides basic views
-   (with forms based on z3c.form), handles security and so on. It also
-   provides components to orchestrate the various functionality provided
-   by the packages above in order to bring the Dexterity system together.
+   Supermodel is extensible via adapters and XML namespaces.
+   plone.dexterity uses this to allow security and UI hints to be embedded as metadata in the XML model.
 
-plone.directives.dexterity (CMF)
+`plone.alterego <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.alterego>`_ (Python)
+   Support for dynamic modules that create objects on the fly.
+   Dexterity uses this to generate "real" interfaces for types that exist only through-the-web.
+   This allows these types to have a proper IContentType schema.
+   It also allows local adapters to be registered for this interface (e.g. a custom view with a template defined through the web).
 
-   Adds convention-over-configuration support for Dexterity content and
-   add/edit forms.
+   Note that if a type uses a filesystem interface (whether written manually or loaded from an XML model), this module is not used.
 
-plone.app.dexterity (Plone)
+`plone.app.dexterity <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.app.dexterity>`_ (Plone)
+   This package contains all Plone-specific aspects of Dexterity, including Ploneish UI components, behaviours and defaults.
 
-   This package contains all Plone-specific aspects of Dexterity, including
-   Ploneish UI components, behaviours and defaults.
 
-Usage examples
---------------
+Developer Manual
+----------------
 
-Take a look at the example.dexterity package, which can be found in the
-Plone Collective (http://dev.plone.org/collective), for examples of various
-ways to use Dexterity.
+The `Dexterity Developer Manual <http://docs.plone.org/external/plone.app.dexterity/docs/index.html>`_ is a complete documentation with practical examples and part of the `Offical Plone Documentation <http://docs.plone.org/>`_.
 
-See also Dexterity's pages on plone.org (http://plone.org/products/dexterity)
-where you will also find extensive documentation.
 
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