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Bridge to use Chameleon with Zope 2 and CMF.

Project Description


The package allows using the Chameleon template engine with the Zope 2 CMF.


To enable Chameleon, simply include the ZCML configuration:

<include package="" />

For general information about Chameleon, see


1.0 - 2010-05-12

  • Correct binding of templates. This fixes problems handling args when renderingn templates. [malthe]

0.6 - 2009-10-25

  • Added a z3c.autoinclude.plugin entry point to avoid the need for a ZCML slug in Plone. [hannosch]

0.5 - 2009-07-24

  • Extend the ignore_re list of CMFCore.DirectoryView to ignore our cache files named .<original extension>.py. [hannosch]

0.4 - 2009-05-18

  • Avoid a deprecation warning for Globals.InitializeClass. [hannosch]

0.3 - 2009-02-13

  • Added _exec method to the file-system based skin template class, largely carried over from Products.PageTemplates. [malthe]

0.2 - 2008-12-17

  • The func_code attribute of file-system page templates should simulate a function taking no arguments. [malthe]

0.1 - 2008-11-29

  • Initial release. [malthe]
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