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TinyTable installation?
Squishdot Posted by Adam on Thursday September 30, 10:13PM, 1999
from the department-of-redundancy dept.
Zope/Squishdot are much less complex than a Slash installation (I am no stranger to tweaking code, makefile hacking, and compiling everything myself, but the Slash installation just looks scary! Too many interdependant parts!) However... There is one area that seems woefully underdocumented. Enter, TinyTable.... Running: FreeBSD 3.2-Stable Python 1.5.2 Zope-2.0.1 (installed from the src package) Squishdot 0.1.5a TinyTable B2 I followed the instructions for modifying to work with TinyTable, but still, when I attemt to turn SquishDot into 'fancy' mode... The following result occurs (see Main Body of message) This is a common question, but no answers are to be found on the web... Clearing it up I think will help a lot of would-be Squishdot users!

Zope Error Zope has encountered an error while publishing this resource. Error Type: AttributeError Error Value: regs Troubleshooting Suggestions The URL may be incorrect. The parameters passed to this resource may be incorrect. A resource that this resource relies on may be encountering an error. For more detailed information about the error, please refer to the HTML source for this page. If the error persists please contact the site maintainer. Thank you for your patience. Traceback (innermost last): File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/ZPublisher/Publish.py, line 214, in publish_module File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/ZPublisher/Publish.py, line 179, in publish File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/Zope/__init__.py, line 201, in zpublisher_exception_hook (Object: ApplicationDefaultPermissions) File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/ZPublisher/Publish.py, line 165, in publish File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/ZPublisher/mapply.py, line 160, in mapply (Object: manage_addSquishdot) File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/ZPublisher/Publish.py, line 102, in call_object (Object: manage_addSquishdot) File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/Products/Squishdot/Squishdot.py, line 1487, in manage_addSquishdot (Object: ApplicationDefaultPermissions) File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/Products/Squishdot/Squishdot.py, line 480, in __init__ (Object: ElementWithAttributes) File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/Products/Squishdot/Squishdot.py, line 230, in addArt (Object: ElementWithAttributes) File /usr/local/src/Zope-2.0.1-src/lib/python/Products/Squishdot/Squishdot.py, line 796, in addPosting (Object: ElementWithAttributes) File /usr/local/lib/python1.5/regsub.py, line 38, in gsub AttributeError: (see above)

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    Re: TinyTable installation?
    by John Hendow on Friday October 01, 07:44PM, 1999
    I am working with Zope and Squishdot on a WinNT machine and experienced exactly the same error.
    The plain vanilla HTML version seems to work normally enough, once I removed an offending error from the addPostingForm file (the > character used to quote text from the original posting causes an HTML error when saved).
    Any suggestions?

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    Re: TinyTable installation?
    by Alex Cruise on Friday October 01, 11:04PM, 1999

    I keep having the same problem. I can create a "plain vanilla" Squishdot, but both of the TinyTable options product the same AttributeError: regs.

    I'm running RH6.0 and Zope 2.0.1, compiled from the source tarball.

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    Re: TinyTable installation?
    by Adam on Saturday October 02, 07:23PM, 1999
    Problem solved. I found the EGroups message board for squishdot, there was a patched Squishdot.py file there, along with a patch for the patch 2 or 3 messages later. When both fixes were applied, it just worked. On monday when I spend some time in the orifice/s/office i will send the friendly Squishdot.py file to this thread as an attachment. If you want to find it yourself, it's maybe a week old, and the fix to the fix was posted by someone named Guy.

    Next on my list:
    set up the cgi-passthrough thing so i can lose the :8080 and integrate it with the rest of the stuff running on apache on that machine.

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