Poetry in software or what?
23.6.2005 on #zope: < __mac__> woodt: you are on a cut/paste action when a manage_afterAdd is called after a manage_beforeDelete < __mac__> so you have to remeber in manage_beforeDelete that there might come a manage_afterAdd after that < betabug> that just sounds so philosophical <@TheJester> Very Zen. < betabug> so beforeDelete < betabug> winter may go spring again < betabug> manage_afterAdd < betabug> 5-7-5, season reference -> complete haiku <@TheJester> depends if you pronounce the underscore or not d8) < betabug> definitely not, I never do (honest, not just in zope haikus) < betabug> but changing the first line to "think beforeDelete" would be an improvement, though violatiing the "spirit of the moment" ... <@TheJester> call beforeDelete / remembering spring may call / manage_afterAddSo, this sounds really nice to me:
winter may go spring again
-- betabug 23.6.2005
Or, if you like TheJester's version better:
call beforeDeleteWhich in my oppinion floats nicer from line to line. Also makes more sense in a zopeish way.
remembering spring may call
-- TheJester 23.6.2005
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