Re: [Zope-dev] State of ZPatterns

2001-03-11 Thread Itai Tavor
Phillip J. Eby wrote: At 10:16 AM 3/11/01 +1100, Itai Tavor wrote: I'm wondering where TransWarp leaves ZPatterns users. Until a couple of weeks ago ZPatterns was the best thing to happen in the Zope world since, well, Zope. Now it's described as a 'hack', Those things aren't mutually

[Zope-dev] State of ZPatterns

2001-03-11 Thread Spicklemire, Jerry
Itai wrote: My understanding was, though, that TransWarp will replace ZPatterns as the best tool for object model based development, which means that the idea of developing ZPatterns code with a view for long term future reuse suddenly isn't that attractive. My inclination exactly. I

[Zope-dev] State of ZPatterns

2001-03-10 Thread Itai Tavor
Hi, I'm wondering where TransWarp leaves ZPatterns users. Until a couple of weeks ago ZPatterns was the best thing to happen in the Zope world since, well, Zope. Now it's described as a 'hack', demoted into 'maintenance only' mode, and superceded by something that is described as being as

Re: [Zope-dev] State of ZPatterns

2001-03-10 Thread Phillip J. Eby
At 10:16 AM 3/11/01 +1100, Itai Tavor wrote: I'm wondering where TransWarp leaves ZPatterns users. Until a couple of weeks ago ZPatterns was the best thing to happen in the Zope world since, well, Zope. Now it's described as a 'hack', Those things aren't mutually exclusive, you know. :)