Chris McDonough wrote:
>> I think there is really only one issue nobody has been able to sort out:
>> do we want the objects to be actually stored on the filesystem or do we
>> want to be able to mirror a ZODB? Or do we want both?
> My conception of it is that objects won't be served from the filesystem, but
> just put in a editable serialized format for version control and tool
How useful/difficult would it be to put the SMB protocol on top of a ZEO
server? As serialized formats are build, would this be useful to anyone?
Another use for this that I think would be great for is schema
migration. Right now with ZODB we can have custom __setstate__()
methods that do schema migration, but being able to perform text
processing changes with common tools would be great.
Just thinking out loud...
>>> Nobody wants to edit XML, AFAICT.
>> Careful, that's a religious issue in some circles. :-) I know of many
>> people who prefer that data be stored in XML just because humans can
>> read and change it if the need arises. (This from a guy who has
>> actually edited ZODB XML export files. :-)
> Eek. ;-)
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