Re: [Zope-dev] Catalog improvements

2001-11-29 Thread Chris Withers
Andreas Jung wrote: I think the software MG from the book Managing Gigabytes is GPLed and currently released as mg-1.21. Walking through the TOC of the book, it seems to be a very detailed sources about text processing and gives very much informations about different indexes types. But I

Re: [Zope-dev] Searching/Indexing/ZODB/SQL/BerkleyDB

2001-11-29 Thread Chris Withers
Casey Duncan wrote: I'm not sure I want to store the indexes in the ZODB, just index ZODB data at a low level. Ah, okay, and yes, in that case, I am in complete agreement ;-) (the level I'm aiming at is just to be able to index python objects, I'll leave plugging that into the ZODB

Re: [Zope-dev] Fw: [Exuserfolder-devel] Zope 2.5b1 release

2001-11-29 Thread Chris Withers
Dario Lopez-Kästen wrote: Anyway. In case you were wondering what the previous email meant, there's the actual meaning d8) I'm sure Andy's got a point, but we haven't got the context of those points. Is he complaining about the change in UserFolder API in Zope 2.5? cheers, Chris

Re: [Zope-dev] Searching/Indexing/ZODB/SQL/BerkleyDB

2001-11-29 Thread Matt Hamilton
On Thu, 29 Nov 2001, Chris Withers wrote: I would rather avoid having to use a relational database unless I have to. Perhaps the index pluggability could be made to support different backends (like FileStorage et al does). Yeah, unfortunately, the difficult bit is combining queries:

Re: [Zope-dev] Fw: [Exuserfolder-devel] Zope 2.5b1 release

2001-11-29 Thread Paul Everitt
Yikes, it was pointed out to me that I typed amk instead of akm. Though I knew it was Andrew Milton and not Andrew Kuchling, I mixed up the letters. (In fact, as I was typing it, I was thinking wow, that looks like Andrew Kuchling's monogram.) --Paul Paul Everitt wrote: Whew, that

Re: [Zope-dev] Searching/Indexing/ZODB/SQL/BerkleyDB

2001-11-29 Thread Jim Fulton
Chris Withers wrote: Toby Dickenson wrote: FileStorage is 'damn fast', so almost anything is going to be slower. Indeed, until it runs out of RAM for its indexes ;-) I wish you would finish testing the change I made for you. It should reduce the memory consumption by an order of

[Zope-dev] ZODBC bug

2001-11-29 Thread mike hong
I found ZODBC bug at max_rows. file name: db.py line: 230 Current version is getting all rows regardless of max_rows. Fixed version is getting rows until rows are smaller than max_rows. Current version: while status==SQL_SUCCESS: . r.append(rd)

Re: [Zope-dev] Fw: [Exuserfolder-devel] Zope 2.5b1 release

2001-11-29 Thread Steve Alexander
A K Milton wrote: a) The change to manage_* seems to be completely arbitrary, since we already had _do* methods that meant you didn't have to call manage_users with fake submit buttons. So what is the point of having manage_ ? They were added in response to this fishbowl proposal:

Re: [Zope-dev] Fw: [Exuserfolder-devel] Zope 2.5b1 release

2001-11-29 Thread Steve Alexander
Steve Alexander wrote: In summary: I want to make sure that things are no worse in Zope 2.5 final than in Zope 2.5. Any breakage caused by this API change is a bug, and needs to be sorted out by Zope 2.5 final. That should have read: I want to make sure that the user management

Re: [Zope-dev] Searching/Indexing/ZODB/SQL/BerkleyDB

2001-11-29 Thread Chris Withers
Jim Fulton wrote: Chris Withers wrote: Toby Dickenson wrote: FileStorage is 'damn fast', so almost anything is going to be slower. Indeed, until it runs out of RAM for its indexes ;-) I wish you would finish testing the change I made for you. Sorry, to be clear, my comment

RE: [Zope-dev] Fw: [Exuserfolder-devel] Zope 2.5b1 release

2001-11-29 Thread Brian Lloyd
a) The change to manage_* seems to be completely arbitrary, since we already had _do* methods that meant you didn't have to call manage_users with fake submit buttons. So what is the point of having manage_ ? They were added in response to this fishbowl proposal:

[Zope-dev] User folders, access rights, security, collector item 47

2001-11-29 Thread Brad Clements
Sorry to post here. I posted last week on the zope list about what appears to be a new/strange security related problem in 2.4.3 I thought it was a problem in LdapUserFolder, but jens spent more time debugging than I did and he feels it's somewhere in the Zope security machinery.

[Zope-dev] Open Letter to zope-dev

2001-11-29 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
Since I seem to be the cause of all hell breaking loose over here, I thought take the opportunity to respond, since I haven't really been given an opportunity to do that. Since this probably going to be my only ever posting to zope-dev, I don't feel constrained to be brief in exercising my right