Grokkers for plone.tiles
This package provides declarative configuration (grokkers) for the plone.tiles package.
A basic tile is configured like this:
from five import grok from plone.directives import tiles from my.package import MyMessageFactory as _ from my.package.interfaces import IMyTileSchema class MyTile(tiles.Tile): grok.context(IContext) grok.require('zope2.View') grok.name('my.tile') grok.title(_(u"My title")) grok.description(_(u"My description")) tiles.add_permission('mypackage.AddMyTile') tiles.schema(IMyTileSchema)
A persistent tile can be configured by deriving from PersistentTile instead of Tile.
The context(), requires(), name(), and layer() directives are used in the same way as they are for a view derived from grok.View.
Templates are associated using the same semantics as are used for views. For example, a tile in mytiles.py defined in the class MyTile would be associated with a template mytiles_templates/mytile.pt by default.
Unlike a view, the name() directive is required and should give a dotted name for the tile by convention.
Dictionary key access (__getitem__()) is defined to work as it does in a tile. In a standard grokked view, it will retrieve a macro from the template. In a tile, it is used as a traversal hook to set the tile id, and subsequently to look up views on the tile. See plone.tiles for details.
Similarly, standard grokked views have a url() method which can be used to construct a URL, possibly with query string parameters. For grokked tiles, this is replaced by a url read-only property, which returns the canonical tile URL, as per plone.tiles.
Use zope.interface decorators. [gforcada]
Change i18n domain. [thet]
Cleanup package. [maurits]
Added icon directive to support plone.tiles >= 1.1. [datakurre]
Initial release [garbas]
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