Zope gives you too much rope?
Martin.Kew at vsl.com.au
Wed Sep 6 03:23:56 CEST 2000
At 11:28 am 05/09/00 +0100, you wrote:
> > > DTML is handy, but complicated applications become really
> > > messy since you don't have very good mechanisms for calling other
> > > methods.
> > DTML is certainly not widely beloved.
>Are there any plans to replace it with something nicer - i.e. more
> > > (And the ZODB works well so far; my hidden agenda is to
> > > encourage more people to use the ZODB, as we do, so that there are
> > > more users of it and more tools written for it. Even if Zope itself
> > > isn't applicable to a given task, the ZODB might well be.)
> > Totally. I'd like to see the ZODB used far & wide.
Is there a standalone distribution of ZODB?
Is ZODB multi-platform?
>Sorry, I'm a newbie. Does this mean you'd prefer everything to be done
>through ZClasses and instances? i.e. rather than through databases external
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