Edit detail for #1054 fit.Parse ImportError in event log on startup revision 1 of 1

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Editor: simon
Time: 2005/09/01 16:35:58 GMT+0
Note: fixed for 0.45

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From SimonMichael Wed Feb 16 14:46:05 -0800 2005
From: Simon Michael
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 14:46:05 -0800
Subject: (new) fit.Parse ImportError in event log on startup
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>

On Tue, 2005-02-15 at 14:40 +0100, Michael Heinz wrote:

>Hi,
>I am trying to install and use Zwiki 0-38-0 on my plone 2.0
>installation. It works out pretty fine so far. A minor problem: When
>starting up zope in the debug mode I get thefollowing error:
>
>ImportError: No module named fit.Parse
>
>I tried to tinker around, found a file called Parse.py on the net at
>http://zwiki.org/repos/ZWiki/plugins/fit/
>I put it in the Products/Zwiki/plugins folder of my installation
>
>But the error message doesn't go away. Also a new start of zope and
>de-installtion and reinstalliton of Zwiki from within Plone doesn't do
>the trick. Also no Parse.pyc file got generated. Unfortunately I am no
>python expert, more of a newbe, so please excuse my ignorance, the
>answer might be quite trivial.
>
>I am not particulary worried, because I didn't note any further defect
>so far. I just wanted to switch from debug mode to production mode and
>wanted to reduce the error messages to as few as possible. On he net in
>my google researches I found that a number of people out there are
>dealing with that problem, couldn't discover the right answer though,
>then I found your address, which must be the most competent
>
>thanks for an answer
>
>Michael
>

Hi Michael, thanks for the report. You're right that it's harmless. I've
cc'd this to the http://zwiki.org/IssueTracker to investigate further
cleanup of this noise in the log.


From simon Wed Feb 16 15:03:15 -0800 2005
From: simon
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 15:03:15 -0800
Subject: property change
Message-ID: <[email protected]>

Category:  => admin-installing 
Severity:  => minor 
Status:  => open 


From simon Thu Sep 1 16:35:51 -0700 2005
From: simon
Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2005 16:35:51 -0700
Subject: fixed for 0.45
Message-ID: <[email protected]>

Status: open => closed 

Made this warning less verbose.

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(new) fit.Parse ImportError? in event log on startup --Simon Michael, Wed, 16 Feb 2005 14:46:05 -0800 reply
On Tue, 2005-02-15 at 14:40 +0100, Michael Heinz wrote:

Hi, I am trying to install and use Zwiki 0-38-0 on my plone 2.0 installation. It works out pretty fine so far. A minor problem: When starting up zope in the debug mode I get thefollowing error:

ImportError?: No module named fit.Parse

I tried to tinker around, found a file called Parse.py on the net at http://zwiki.org/repos/ZWiki/plugins/fit/ I put it in the Products/Zwiki/plugins folder of my installation

But the error message doesn't go away. Also a new start of zope and de-installtion and reinstalliton of Zwiki from within Plone doesn't do the trick. Also no Parse.pyc file got generated. Unfortunately I am no python expert, more of a newbe, so please excuse my ignorance, the answer might be quite trivial.

I am not particulary worried, because I didn't note any further defect so far. I just wanted to switch from debug mode to production mode and wanted to reduce the error messages to as few as possible. On he net in my google researches I found that a number of people out there are dealing with that problem, couldn't discover the right answer though, then I found your address, which must be the most competent

thanks for an answer

Michael

Hi Michael, thanks for the report. You're right that it's harmless. I've cc'd this to the http://zwiki.org/IssueTracker to investigate further cleanup of this noise in the log.

property change --simon, Wed, 16 Feb 2005 15:03:15 -0800 reply
Category: => admin-installing Severity: => minor Status: => open

fixed for 0.45 --simon, Thu, 01 Sep 2005 16:35:51 -0700 reply
Status: open => closed

Made this warning less verbose.