Re: [Zope-dev] In Defense of ZClasses

2006-09-28 Thread Martijn Faassen
Christopher Lozinski wrote: At the risk of going down in history (and Google Searches) as the man who supports ZClasses, I think that someone deserves to come to their defense. I think that there is a different tool for every job. Sometimes I think Plone is the best solution, sometimes Zope

Re: [Zope-dev] In Defense of ZClasses

2006-09-28 Thread Lennart Regebro
My 0.02 EUR: I like the idea and aim of ZClasses. However: I think the implementation makes them more difficult to create than disk-based classes, which defeats the purpose. I also think that without exact knowledge of the limitations of ZClasses they have a high risk of programming yourself

Re: [Zope-dev] In Defense of ZClasses

2006-09-28 Thread Anthony Baxter
On 9/28/06, Lennart Regebro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My 0.02 EUR: I like the idea and aim of ZClasses. However: I think the implementation makes them more difficult to create than disk-based classes, which defeats the purpose. I also think that without exact knowledge of the limitations of

[Zope-dev] In Defense of ZClasses

2006-09-27 Thread Christopher Lozinski
At the risk of going down in history (and Google Searches) as the man who supports ZClasses, I think that someone deserves to come to their defense. I think that there is a different tool for every job. Sometimes I think Plone is the best solution, sometimes Zope 2 is the best solution.

Re: [Zope-dev] In Defense of ZClasses

2006-09-27 Thread Andreas Jung
--On 27. September 2006 17:05:37 -0700 Christopher Lozinski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At the risk of going down in history (and Google Searches) as the man who supports ZClasses, I think that someone deserves to come to their defense. Not really. We've had these discussion in the past