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eleddy committed Aug 25, 2012
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@@ -26,8 +26,6 @@ Products.PrintingMailHost = 0.7
setuptools-flakes = 0.1
sourcecodegen = 0.6.14
Sphinx = 1.0.7
Jinja2 = 2.6
Pygments = 1.5
z3c.pt = 2.2
z3c.recipe.scripts = 1.0.1
zptlint = 0.2.4
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@@ -41,19 +41,19 @@ Static resources
The template displays different icons for different workflow states of your
Todo Items. We need to add these icons to your package:
#. Download ``open.png`` and ``completed.png`` from GitHub (they are in
``src/tutorial/todoapp/browser/static``) into a new folder on your local
computer: ``src/tutorial/todoapp/browser/static``.
#. Tell Zope that this ``static`` folder contains static resources (icons,
CCS files, JavaScript files, etc.) by adding the following lines to
``src/tutorial/todoapp/browser/configure.zcml``:
#. Download ``open.png`` and ``completed.png`` from GitHub (they are in
``src/tutorial/todoapp/browser/static``) into a new folder on your local
computer: ``src/tutorial/todoapp/browser/static``.
#. Tell Zope that this ``static`` folder contains static resources (icons,
CCS files, JavaScript files, etc.) by adding the following lines to
``src/tutorial/todoapp/browser/configure.zcml``:
.. code-block:: xml
.. code-block:: xml
<!-- Publish static files -->
<browser:resourceDirectory
name="tutorial.todoapp"
directory="static" />
<!-- Publish static files -->
<browser:resourceDirectory
name="tutorial.todoapp"
directory="static" />
After restarting your Zope server, files in your ``static`` folder will be
available on a standard URL:
@@ -76,6 +76,29 @@ Tests
Cool, so you have verified that your code works through the browser and it's
time to add tests to make sure your code keeps on working in the future.
This chapter comes with only one test file: ``test_todo_view.py``. Get it from
GitHub, put it in your ``tests`` folder and run tests. Then fiddle around with
it to see what it does.
First add the following snippet to ``test_setup``:
.. code-block:: python
# types/Folder.xml
def test_folder_available_layouts(self):
"""Test that our custom display layout (@@todo) is available on folders
and that the default ones are also still there.
"""
layouts = self.portal.folder.getAvailableLayouts()
layout_ids = [id for id, title in layouts]
# default layouts
self.assertIn('folder_listing', layout_ids)
self.assertIn('folder_summary_view', layout_ids)
self.assertIn('folder_tabular_view', layout_ids)
self.assertIn('atct_album_view', layout_ids)
self.assertIn('folder_full_view', layout_ids)
# our custom one
self.assertIn('todo', layout_ids)
Then add a new test module: ``test_todo_view.py``. Get it from GitHub, put it
in your ``tests`` folder and run tests. Then fiddle around with it to see what
it does.

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