Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
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On 5 May 2006, at 02:57, David Pratt wrote:
Hi Jim and Roderigo! This is encouraging news. I have been putting
much thought into this also. There is a downside to refactoring ZEO
in that there are many folks heavily dependent on it and also
reasonably happy with it.
IMHO there is no downside. People would be "heavily dependent" if they
e.g. had programs directly interacting with ZEO internals, or
subclassing ZEO components. I would bet the number of people who are in
that position can be counted on two hands.
Or maybe flippers. ;)
> What everyone does is *use*
ZEO, and maybe script it a little bit.
And the scripting is external use too.
> If the internals change it
doesn't matter much, as long as the package as a whole fulfills the
same need that the current ZEO software does.
It shouldn't matter at all, except to provide new opportunities for the
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