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need a fix for squish and zope beta6
Squishdot Posted by law on Monday August 30, 08:28PM, 1999
from the I.M.soo.lame. dept.
I am getting this wonderful error that has been posted about already.. ( Read the Department :))

I am getting this wonderful error that has been posted about already.. ( Read the Department :))

Zope has encountered an error while publishing this resource. Error Type: AttributeError Error Value: regs Zope version: Zope 2.0.0b6 (source release, python 1.5.1, linux2) Python version: 1.5.2 (#0, Jul 16 1999, 19:02:32) [GCC egcs-2.91.66 Debian GNU/Linux (egcs-1.1.2 release)] System Platform: linux2

I tried a patch posted on the email group... no go.

Does someone have a patched version(that works) I could try? Is there a newer better version of the patch? Will this be fixed in a newer version? This is a great product, just wish I could use it. :>

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    Re: need a fix for squish and zope beta6
    by John Dell'Aquila on Monday August 30, 10:09PM, 1999
    I'm running squish under beta 6 on NT.
    You need to edit squishdot.py to use module re
    instead of ts_regex & regsub. I've attached my
    patched file.

    Click to download attachment Squishdot.py
    57KB (58692 bytes)

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    • Error in Squishdot.py
      by Kiran Jonnalagadda on Tuesday August 31, 05:24AM, 1999
      I'm facing the same problem. I get the error when I try to create a TinyTable based interface so I need to settle for vanilla HTML (I have my own design anyway). However when someone posts an article and I edit it (moderation at article level), the same error appears. The traceback says its from line 1383 of Squishdot.py, from a call to regsub.gsub. The call was for parsing the summary.


      I tried downloading your attachment, but couldn't.


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      • Re: Error in Squishdot.py
        by Kiran Jonnalagadda on Tuesday August 31, 09:22PM, 1999
        Strange, but I could download after selecting to view that comment alone.

        It works fine. Thanks a lot!


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      • Re: Error in Squishdot.py
        by l0stan on Friday September 03, 09:38PM, 1999
        Thanks for the help with htis monster
        The new file works great!


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    • Re: need a fix for squish and zope beta6
      by law on Tuesday August 31, 03:27PM, 1999
      The patch worked great!
      I recomend it to everyone who is having the same problem.
      I have put it on my personal machine that does have anonymous access and is up 24/7.
      ftp://the-penguin.otak-k.com


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      • Re: need a fix for squish and zope beta6
        by Ian C. Blenke on Tuesday August 31, 04:13PM, 1999
        Your Squishdot.py file on your FTP site is 0600 owned by root. Proftp isn't about to let anonymous grab the poor thing.


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        • Re: need a fix for squish and zope beta6
          by law on Tuesday August 31, 04:29PM, 1999
          permisions fixed :>
          I logged in and checked if I could see the file, not get it.
          Sorry.


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    Re: need a fix for squish and zope beta6
    by Alex Cruise on Tuesday August 31, 12:10AM, 1999
    This seems to be a result of the dependancy on TinyTable. I selected only the "plain vanilla HTML" option and it worked fine.

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