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but I'm lost how to write the factory (that returns the original context and request) or if there is a way to do it without an adapter - just mark all requests in some clean way
Currently, I just threw this into my product's init.py: from plone.app.blocks.interfaces import IBlocksTransformEnabled
classImplements(DefaultView, IBlocksTransformEnabled) Which might actually be the answer, but I'm not sure.
smells like a forum post. I'll do it tomorrow
Hello there. I plan to tackle this issue: plone/Products.CMFPlone#1113 and will need to backport it on other branches master, 5.1.x and 5.2.x Should I have one PR per branch or is there any other procedure?
@ericof is this still valid? there is not option to deselect example content anymore, is it?
@NicolasGoeddel source you can use if you want to point to an imported vocabulary, vocabulary you use to look the vocabulary up by name, which is usually what most people use.
@MrTango Yes, there is. When you click on advanced (on the add new plone site page)
T. Kim Nguyen
@ericof I think you make the change in master then cherry pick it into the other branches, no?
Should I make one PR and after it is approved and merge, do the cherry pick and push to the other branches? (original question is more about how to deal with PR's)
Can I use Products.BeakerSessionDataManager with Plone 5.2 and Python 3.6?
Our zeo client crashes when doing some things with sessions. There are so many Issues out there because of that issue and I can not find a solution to this. Now I want to try out collective.beaker, but the last code change was 2011, so I don't think it will be compatible with Plone 5.2 and Python 3.6.
[A CIRC user (zonger), irc.freenode.net] Hi everyone. Where do I submit an issue on the plone.org website?
[A CIRC user (zonger), irc.freenode.net] Should it be to the forum at community.plone.org ?
T. Kim Nguyen
hi zonger … in the footer you can see a link to report issues with the site