[Grok-dev] Python UK meeting and Django
noah.gift at gmail.com
Fri May 9 02:02:51 EDT 2008
On Fri, May 9, 2008 at 1:49 AM, Tim Terlegård <
tim.terlegard at valentinewebsystems.se> wrote:
> On May 8, 2008, at 10:07 PM, Noah Gift wrote:
> I have been playing with the Datastore and like it quite a bit. I would
>>> love to see a version of Grok that just uses the Datastore as option. I
>>> would really, really like Grok then. I know we have a "Global Sprint"
>>> coming at the end of May, and also some people that use Grok will be
>>> attending the Google I/O event. Anyone want to try...?
>> Yup, I'm game. The 1,000 file limit is pretty tough. A did a basic test
>> doing an install of ore.wsgiref, and ended up with 3000+ files without
>> including zcml.
>> My mini-strategy is to
>> * get easy_install zope.component
>> * get martian working
>> * implement custom traversal
>> * fork grok :) doh!
>> After looking at the Datastore it may yet be possible to do object-based
>> publishing by replacing persistence. I'll have to catch up with you at
>> Google I/O.
> Isn't there a restriction about long running processes? Zope needs
> to run as a service or it will have to reregister all adapters/utilities
> on each request. How is this solved?
Can Zope run under CGI? I like the idea of starting at the problem
backwards and getting anything at all of any sort to run in whatever hackish
way possible, and then slowly normalizing it.
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