MetaKit for python (Mk4py) on Macintosh ... no way :(

Cameron Laird claird at starbase.neosoft.com
Thu Mar 2 15:49:51 CET 2000


In article <arnaud-8C071E.18022028022000 at news.wanadoo.fr>,
Arnaud Fontaine  <arnaud at crao.net> wrote:
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>> Do you care about multi-user operation ?
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>Kinda ... in fact, I need multi-processes access to my data. Yes it's a 
>problem with MetaKit.
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MetaKit 2.0 includes Tequila, (an early variant of)
which I'm using very happily for multi-user applica-
tions.  You'll love it for your
develop-on-various-machines-have-it-all-work-when-
it-comes-together habits; I do the same, and Tequila
is just a wonderful fit.

The mass of marketers are wont to sell features that
don't exist.  In an apparent attempt to balance out
cosmic patterns, Jean-Claude regularly *hides* news
of any new features in his products.  Only the dedi-
cated learn about all the good stuff.

What I've kept from you until now is that Tequila is
implemented in Tcl.  That's how I'm using it.  While
I haven't asked Jean-Claude, as far as I know every-
thing's in place to make it available also in Python.
Perhaps he'd work with you to make this happen.
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