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This product supplies GenericSetup support for the tools in Plone.
A Zope2 product which adds information about per-request ZODB loads and stores to the trace log.
Buildit makes it easier to create a repeatable deployment of software in a particular configuration. With it, you can perform conditional complilation of source code, install software, run scripts, or perform any repeatable sequence of tasks that ends up creating a known set files on your filesystem. On subsequent runs of the same set of tasks, Buildit performs the least amount of work possible to create the same set of files, only performing the work that it detects has not already been performed by earlier runs. A maillist for buildit exists at http://lists.palladion.com/mailman/listinfo/buildit
This product provides a ZMI-configurable tool which wraps the Trustcommerce 'tclink' API for payment processing.
This product allows developers to define adapters in ZCML, based filesystem DTML-SQL templates; the results are returned in a more compact and efficient form than the traditional ZSQL results objects (no leaks!)
ZEO cluster keepalive / monitoring for Zope2. This product provides a tool for configuring "keepalive" traffic across the ZEO client-server connection to prevent interruption due to "idle timeouts" (e.g., as performed by some firewalls).
Allow business users to define schema via CSV files, HTML forms, or XML files.
Define adapters for content, based on elementtree paths (or XPaths) into its XML serialization.
Easily serve readonly filesystem content, including templating (adding O-wrap) and transformations (ReST -> HTML).
Improved ZODB-based session data container. This implementation keeps the sesssion data objects in buckets, which it manages as a linked list.
Python API for the JSR-170 content repository specification
The Frostbite product addresses several skin-related performance issues in the CMF by generating a filesystem product containing selected templates and scripts from a skin.
A Zope 3 package which allows a site developer to specify a series of "filter" operations as a "pipeline". Each filter is a function or callable which takes an "context" object and a "state" object; the state object allows the filters to assign attributes to it, which may not be possible with the context object (e.g., it might be a new-style class with slots).
"Push"-mode is jargon used in a number of templating systems to describe templates which have their data "pushed" to them as a mapping, supplied by the application. Tradiional ZPT contexts include top-level variables (e.g., "context") from which the template "pulls" data. This package offers a variant of ZPT which suppresses any context variables except those explicitly passed by the caller.
Tools for auditing the fine-grained security settings of your Zope instance.
A Zope2 product which provides facilities for using 'memcached' in Zope applications.