Oh, well, I'd bet this is a silly question. But I can not resist nor find answer by
Q: Why don't you BTree-fy all the subclasses of ObjectManager?
Is there a reason that anyone but can a newbie see?
LEE Kwan Soo.
ps. I only hope to be able to make clear statement in English, but i am already too
sleepy now. sorry.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Shane Hathaway" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, August 28, 2000 10:26 PM
Subject: [Zope-dev] New version of BTreeFolder
> Hi gang,
> This version just fixes a bug with the folder contents tab on Windows.
> For some reason, on Windows 95 (and perhaps other platforms) the Python
> interpreter behaves differently enough that if you use a class
> attribute from a different module and put it in your own class, you may
> in fact be modifying its global context. It's probably a bug in
> Python. As a workaround, this version of BTreeFolders doesn't have the
> "details" tab anymore.
> BTW has anyone done any semi-formal speed tests? It's rumored that a
> custom getattr in Python can cause a bit of a slowdown. We could write
> a custom getattr in C to solve the problem. But we don't want to do
> any premature optimization.
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