[Zope] APE - are there plans for a new version for higher Zopes ?

2007-07-10 Thread michael nt milne

Hi

Have been looking into running a script which would export all the file
objects and folder structure of a site out onto an area on the filesystem.
This would be a management requirement as once a week they would like to
take a copy of all the assets separate from the ZODB.

This product looks good but I realise that it only runs with Zope 2.7. Just
wondering if there is a plan at all to upgrade it simply for file system
export?

http://plone.org/products/ape/

Thanks

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Re: [Zope] APE - are there plans for a new version for higher Zopes ?

2007-07-10 Thread michael . milne

Hi

thinking along the lines of exporting file objects onto the filesystem
as their original file type so file system storage isn't quite right.
This type of issue must have come up before as it's a big managerial
concern to be able to extract all files from a site.

On 7/10/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

APE is dead.  Your best options are FileSystemSite, or using the CMFCore
portion of the CMF.  Both are somewhat easy to use, but neither is at all
well documented.


[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 07/10/2007 06:03:15 AM:

 Hi

 Have been looking into running a script which would export all the
 file objects and folder structure of a site out onto an area on the
 filesystem. This would be a management requirement as once a week
 they would like to take a copy of all the assets separate from the ZODB.


 This product looks good but I realise that it only runs with Zope 2.
 7. Just wondering if there is a plan at all to upgrade it simply for
 file system export?

 http://plone.org/products/ape/

 Thanks

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Re: [Zope] APE - are there plans for a new version for higher Zopes ?

2007-07-10 Thread michael . milne

Hi

thinking along the lines of exporting file objects onto the filesystem
as their original file type so file system storage isn't quite right.
This type of issue must have come up before as it's a big managerial
concern to be able to extract all files from a site.

On 7/10/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

APE is dead.  Your best options are FileSystemSite, or using the CMFCore
portion of the CMF.  Both are somewhat easy to use, but neither is at all
well documented.


[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 07/10/2007 06:03:15 AM:

 Hi

 Have been looking into running a script which would export all the
 file objects and folder structure of a site out onto an area on the
 filesystem. This would be a management requirement as once a week
 they would like to take a copy of all the assets separate from the ZODB.


 This product looks good but I realise that it only runs with Zope 2.
 7. Just wondering if there is a plan at all to upgrade it simply for
 file system export?

 http://plone.org/products/ape/

 Thanks

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