Please note that this is the wrong list for this discussion.
The ZODBMountPoint thing is in Zope.
I will note though that before doing anything new in this area, you
should take a look at the multi-database support in ZODB 3.5
On Thu, 2005-11-17 at 00:58 +0100, Tarek Ziadé wrote:
> Dieter Maurer wrote:
> >Tarek Ziadé wrote at 2005-11-14 17:59 +0100:
> >>I am trying to create my own mount point container type,
> >>do I just have to base it on ZODBMountPoint.Mount.MountPoint,
> >"MountPoint" is not a "mount point container" but the actual mount point.
> Yes but it is the root for content,
> actually ZODBMount point fakes a Folder on creation time
> and add the mount point on the path.
> (see MountedObject.manage_addMounts)
> >In what way should your new "mount point container" be different
> >from (say) a 'Folder' containing "MountPoint"s?
> The use case is to let the user define a mount point for a folderish
> portal tool.
> I'd like to transparently make that portal tool mounted elsewhere without
> having to move it in another path. (The portal tool has other APIS than
> a simple folder)
> I'll just try out to code it, I think it should work.
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