Re: [Zope-dev] Versions: should they die?

2003-06-05 Thread Toby Dickenson
On Wednesday 04 June 2003 17:40, Brad Clements wrote: Sorry if is OT. I'd like ZODB and Zope to support Revisions. That is, historical copies that do not get removed when ZODB is packed. DirectoryStorage allows you to designate classes that should have all their history kept indefinitely.

Re: [Zope-dev] Versions: should they die?

2003-06-05 Thread Oliver Bleutgen
Anthony Baxter wrote: Oliver Bleutgen wrote As you and Guido are talking about the ZMI (which means, AFAIK, the managament interface), let me just say that as far as I understand it, deprecating/marking-as-evil and even removing OFSP/Version.py is not what I would like to see happen (not only).

Re: [Zope-dev] Versions: should they die?

2003-06-05 Thread Lennart Regebro
Brad Clements wrote: Sorry if is OT. I'd like ZODB and Zope to support Revisions. That is, historical copies that do not get removed when ZODB is packed. Does the Version mechanism contribute to this kind of functionality? No, not really. Maybe it can be coached into doing it, but not without

[Zope-dev] Login problems

2003-06-05 Thread nagendra prasad
Hi, We have installed zope-2.6.2b2-1.i386.rpm downloaded from zope.org. we have used red-carpet (ximian product) to install the zope on red hat 8 linux . But we r unable to login, coz, redcarpet takes care of the complete installation process, including the choice of uname pwd. We have followed

[Zope-dev] DBtab and BDBStorage

2003-06-05 Thread Andrew R. Halko
Hello Fabio, I read your post at: http://zope.nipltd.com/public/lists/dev-archive.nsf/AGByKey/35A02E5C64B9 3519 about DBtab and BDBStorage. I am interested in doing the same thing. I have a Plone site that I expect to become very large and I need to find some other solutions than ZODB and its

RE: [Zope-dev] Versions: should they die?

2003-06-05 Thread sean . upton
If I remember correctly, though, there was still a lot in question about legitimate use cases. The web-services cluster-safety use-case I sketched out here (http://mail.zope.org/pipermail/zope3-dev/2002-October/003112.html) is still (perhaps) a valid case, but ONLY in a very-carefully constructed

Re: [Zope-dev] Versions: should they die?

2003-06-05 Thread Brad Clements
Sorry if is OT. I'd like ZODB and Zope to support Revisions. That is, historical copies that do not get removed when ZODB is packed. Does the Version mechanism contribute to this kind of functionality? I'd like to be able to tag revisions of wiki pages and other documents, and then be able to

Re: [Zope-dev] Versions: should they die?

2003-06-05 Thread Oliver Bleutgen
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If I remember correctly, though, there was still a lot in question about legitimate use cases. The web-services cluster-safety use-case I sketched out here (http://mail.zope.org/pipermail/zope3-dev/2002-October/003112.html) is still (perhaps) a valid case, but ONLY in a

[Zope-dev] R: DBtab and BDBStorage

2003-06-05 Thread Fabio Paracchini
Hi Andrew, here are the answers: -Messaggio originale- Da: Andrew R. Halko [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Inviato: mercoledì 4 giugno 2003 17.02 A: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Oggetto: DBtab and BDBStorage Hello Fabio, I read your post at:

Re: [Zope-dev] Versions: should they die?

2003-06-05 Thread Terry Hancock
Can I, a humble Zope product developer, please make a plea that anything marked as an 'official evil' be made as invisible as possible? (I.e. that you make it disappear unless specifically configured as an option, as was suggested up-thread). Zope is already full of deprecated methods that make

[Zope-dev] problem locking up the db

2003-06-05 Thread chasee
Hi: I got this error, when starting the Zope server again. I have had this problem before,then I found out there was another processing I did not kill still running the server. this time, I made sure I had no other processes that are running the server or making use of any files in Zope. Please

Re: [Zope-dev] Versions: should they die?

2003-06-05 Thread Dieter Maurer
Paul Winkler wrote at 2003-6-3 14:00 -0400: ... It's been proposed that Versions should be at least stamped in the ZMI with big warnings, or possibly disabled altogether. ... Comments? -3 I like versions and use them from time to time to automically install changes on life servers.

[Zope-dev] problem locking up the db

2003-06-05 Thread chasee
Hi: I got this error, when starting the Zope server again. I have had this problem before,then I found out there was another processing I did not kill still running the server. this time, I made sure I had no other processes that are running the server or making use of any files in Zope. Please

Re: [Zope-dev] problem locking up the db

2003-06-05 Thread Andreas Jung
Remove var/Data.fs.lock, restart Zope and promise to avoid cross-posts in the future. -aj --On Mittwoch, 4. Juni 2003 11:37 Uhr -0700 chasee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi: I got this error, when starting the Zope server again. I have had this problem before, then I found out there was another

[Zope-dev] Zpydoc

2003-06-05 Thread alan milligan
Guys, As you may recall, I made a posting regarding this Zope-specific pydoc tool over a week ago. Since then there has been half a dozen downloads, but I am yet to receive any feedback :( I know that documentation is about as exciting as a really unexciting thing, but would like just five

Re: [Zope-dev] problem locking up the db unable_to_subscribe

2003-06-05 Thread chasee
thanks for the two responses. by "remove Data.fs.lock", do you mean remove the file or empty the file? Also could never subsribe to any of the zope lists, because never receive the confirmation email. anyone has aclue? shall appreciate it. Althea ChaseeAndreas Jung [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: [Zope-dev] Zpydoc

2003-06-05 Thread Terry Hancock
On Wednesday 04 June 2003 03:04 pm, alan milligan wrote: As you may recall, I made a posting regarding this Zope-specific pydoc tool over a week ago. Um, maybe I'm out of line here, but over a week ago sounds like a really short time ago. Since then there has been half a dozen downloads, but

Re: [Zope-dev] Zpydoc

2003-06-05 Thread Terry Hancock
On Wednesday 04 June 2003 07:16 pm, alan milligan wrote: Personally, I am a bit sceptical about the whole Interface concept. Fortunately because Python supports multiple inheritance, it's not like the Java mechanism. But it strikes me as being much too like the concept of a pure abstract