An adapter to make containers and their contents orderable
largeblue.order allows you to adapt ‘’selected’’ containers and objects to make the container’s contents orderable. It build on and patches bebop.ordering, the source code and dependencies of which are included here (because it’s not available as a standalone egg on the pypi or via iwm-kmrc.de).
(Note that the bebop code is all (c) iwm-kmrc.de and is released under GPL).
The original bebop implementation makes all containers ordering and all content objects orderable. This package re-configures the underlying ordering machinery, so you can adapt specific containers and specific objects to make the ordering and orderable.
This way you can choose, say, which objects that are contained within a container should be orderable. Plus you can choose which containers to hang this functionality off explicitly. I should note also that the view that this package hangs off the container also includes the default container view functionality of add, delete, rename, etc.
To use it, include largeblue.order in your project dependencies, adapt container(s) to say they implement largeblue.order.interfaces.IMarkedAsOrdering and adapt the objects you want to order to say they implement largeblue.order.interfaces.IMarkedAsOrderable.