[IronPython] Zope/Plone on IronPython?
nicolas.lehuen at gmail.com
Mon Apr 4 12:46:29 CEST 2005
As far as I know, there is a bunch of Python module written in C at
the core of Zope. They implement the core capacities of the object
broker and the object database engine :
Judging from this list, a port to IronPython seems highly doubtful.
Everything would have to be reimplemented, which looks like a titan's
On Apr 4, 2005 12:36 PM, Hans-Christian Holm <hchrholm at online.no> wrote:
> What are the prospects for running Zope on IronPython?
> Having Zope run on .NET could open up some quite interesting possibilities,
> esp. for Plone, the popular content management system (CMS) for Zope. I
> usually work with .NET, but for some CMS stuff I did I chose Plone. I liked
> that a lot better than the current most popular open source .NET CMS,
> DotNetNuke, which didn't give me that pleasant open source feeling that
> Plone gives and seemed a lot more clumsy in many respects.
> Zope.NET could be a killer app if it could be tightly integrated with
> ASP.NET and the rest of the .NET infrastructure. Right now I can't really
> imagine all the possibilities you would get, but just to have a nice object
> database and a good CMS on top of that would make .NET a much more
> interesting choice than all those PHP and Java alternatives for web
> publishing. Can it be done?!
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