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ZShellScripts

ZShellScripts extends Zope scripting by allowing developers to interface with other language interpreters. It currently supports Python, Perl, PHP, Ruby, Lisp, and Unix (Bash) scripts which can be executed from within Zope with semi-transparent access to Zope's variables and objects. It is designed to encourage people to invent new ways to deal with Zope and its object database by providing a common base infrastructure.

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  •  26 Jun 2003 10:58

Release Notes: This release allows people to write scripts written in the Ruby language, and execute them from within Zope. The PHP access was improved too, as well as the documentation, and some small bugs were fixed.

  •  27 Nov 2002 14:33

Release Notes: This release supports the Perl and PHP scripting languages with partially transparent access to Zope variables and objects.

  •  30 Oct 2002 16:02

Release Notes: This release adds a small Lisp interpreter so that you can write Zope scripts in the Lisp language.

  •  30 Oct 2002 07:12

No changes have been submitted for this release.

RSS Recent comments

27 Jun 2003 00:09 jalet

Re: Confusing name

> When I saw ZShellScripts, I thought it
> had something to do with the Z Shell,
> zsh...

I thought that the project's description was sufficiently clear.

26 Jun 2003 21:24 Dylanwh

Confusing name
When I saw ZShellScripts, I thought it had something to do with the Z Shell, zsh...

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