Shane Hathaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: That's one reason ZODB is so nice. You can write an application without writing a formal schema. One of the reasons I am seriously considering to migrate our production database from PostgreSQL to ZODB. I am about to implement our product database, and it
[EMAIL PROTECTED] said: The only problem with this is that lambdas are not safe for TTW scripting 8^(. I think that TTW scripting and heavy duty application development are very incompatible with each other, so that's not a problem :-) -- Cees de Groot http
Joachim Werner [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: [...]. E.g. how would you handle objects beloning to more than one container? In SQL this is easy (Just have a table that matches key pairs from the container table and the item table). And I don't know any good way of implementing many-to-many relations in
is "these are strong refactoring smells". -- Cees de Groot http://www.cdegroot.com [EMAIL PROTECTED] GnuPG 1024D/E0989E8B 0016 F679 F38D 5946 4ECD 1986 F303 937F E098 9E8B ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.
for assertions in Python should be based on generic support for metaprogramming - there's more than DBC that could benefit from that (aspect-oriented programming, etcetera). -- Cees de Groot http://www.cdegroot.com [EMAIL PROTECTED] GnuPG 1024D/E0989E8B 0016 F679 F38D 5946 4ECD 1986