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Grok-like layer for Zope 2
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five.grok ========= .. contents:: Introduction ------------ `five.grok` is a development layer for Zope 2, based on Grok framework concepts. The development techniques are similar to the ones used with Grok framework. It is based on `grokcore` namespace packages that were factored out of Grok framework. Implemented features -------------------- Coming from Grok, the following components are available to Zope 2 developers: - Zope 3 Component (Adapter, Global utilities, Subscribers), - Permissions, - Views and Viewlets, - Skins and resources directories, - Page Templates (using the Zope 2 Page Templates), - Formlib forms (optional, you need to include the extra ``form``), - Local sites and local utilities, - Annotations, - Layout (optional, you need to include the extra ``layout``). All those components are available with exactly the same syntax than in grok. You just have to do:: from five import grok Instead of:: import grok Installation ------------ After adding the dependency to ``five.grok`` in your project, you have to load the following ZCML:: <include package="five.grok" /> Note ~~~~ And for this release we recommend to pin down the following version in your buildout:: five.formlib = 1.0.4 five.localsitemanager = 2.0.5 grokcore.annotation = 1.3 grokcore.component = 2.5 grokcore.formlib = 1.9 grokcore.layout = 1.5.1 grokcore.security = 1.6.1 grokcore.site = 1.6.1 grokcore.view = 2.7 grokcore.viewlet = 1.10.1 martian = 0.14 Zope 2.13 is required. If you wish to use a previous version of Zope 2, look at five.grok 1.0 for Zope 2.10.x or five.grok 1.2 for Zope 2.12.x. More information ---------------- You can refer to the Grok website: http://grok.zope.org/, and the Grok documentation: http://grok.zope.org/documentation/. You can check the doctest included in sources as well.