Re: [Zope-DB] [ANN] Modified version of DCOracle2 is available

2006-11-22 Thread Federico Di Gregorio
Il giorno mer, 22/11/2006 alle 07.34 +0100, Maciej Wisniowski ha scritto: Yes. ZPsycopgDA can be under the ZPL because the ZPL is GPL-compatible. But if you directly include GPL'ed code you must use GPL. OK. Thanks for the answer. One more question. If I'll create application using

Re: [Zope-DB] [ANN] Modified version of DCOracle2 is available

2006-11-22 Thread Maciej Wisniowski
Eek! ZpsycopgDA is GPL'd! Does that mean you've put your version of DCOracle under GPL? But that aside I am not sure it is the best implementation of connection pooling out there. I don't want to reinvent the whell and create own pool management so I searched a bit and found something

Re: [Zope-DB] [ANN] Modified version of DCOracle2 is available

2006-11-22 Thread Dieter Maurer
Maciej Wisniowski wrote at 2006-11-22 15:12 +0100: ... I'm especially interested in licensing. SQLAlchemy is on MIT license, so I think if it will be possible to use SQLAlchemy pool implementation then then this DCOracle2 version may be ZPL. Am I right? I fear that there is a rule that

Re: [Zope-DB] [ANN] Modified version of DCOracle2 is available

2006-11-22 Thread Maciej Wisniowski
I fear that there is a rule that everything in the Zope repositories should be ZPL -- to have a uniform license for all components from these repositories. Of course, if your DCO2 is not in the Zope repositories, you should be able to include MIT licensed code in a ZPL licensed version of