[Zope-dev] Re: [ZODB-Dev] standalone ZODB for large Numeric arrays

2003-03-03 Thread Mike Mueller
AFAICT, AdaptableStorage is designed to allow this kind of thing. Shane? Sounds interesting. I am going to search for this. Yes, it is. I don't know anything about NetCDF, but it sounds intriguing. I guess NetCDF is not just an encoding format, but also some kind of database for large

[Zope-dev] HTTP Response headers in ZPublisher.HTTPResponse

2003-03-03 Thread Romain Slootmaekers
Yo, the response headers set in ZPublisher.HTTPResponse our not always RFC compliant. In case of exceptions you get: (round lines 670 in HTTPResponse.py) if ev.find( 'html') = 0: ev = 'bobo exception' self.setHeader('bobo-exception-value', ev[:255]) If the content is a

[Zope-dev] Prevayler and Object Prevalence

2003-03-03 Thread John Ziniti
Any ZODB developers read this article at /. and the accompanying one at developerWorks? Would anyone care to comment about the relevance/comparisons of prevalence to the concepts of persistence used in ZODB and/or ZEO?

Re: [Zope-dev] Prevayler and Object Prevalence

2003-03-03 Thread Toby Dickenson
On Monday 03 March 2003 3:48 pm, John Ziniti wrote: Any ZODB developers read this article at /. and the accompanying one at developerWorks? Would anyone care to comment about the relevance/comparisons of prevalence to the concepts of persistence used in ZODB and/or ZEO? I had looked at this

[Zope-dev] How To Improve Cache Coherency for RAM/Disk Cache Manager...?

2003-03-03 Thread Craeg K Strong
Hello: I am getting ready to release the next version of XMLTransform, and in revisiting the Caching strategy for the product, I realized there are larger issues that probably deserve a discussion here. The bottom line is that transforming XML to something else via XSLT is a potentially

Re: [Zope-dev] How To Improve Cache Coherency for RAM/Disk Cache Manager...?

2003-03-03 Thread Jamie Heilman
Why make the unlucky user pay the price? Because the unlucky user (which I read as: author) is the only one who knows the required behavior of their code. ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-dev **

[Zope-dev] Declaring Dependencies for XML documents (Was: How To Improve CacheCoherency for RAM/Disk Cache Manager...?)

2003-03-03 Thread Craeg K Strong
Jamie Heilman wrote: Why make the unlucky user pay the price? Because the unlucky user (which I read as: author) is the only one who knows the required behavior of their code. Allow me to clarify -- I meant the end user browsing the website. I hate it when I surf to a less-highly-used