An important aspect to consider: in some cases, you simply need the ZEO
storage server to have large file support. Thus, if you can get the ZSS
running under Python 2.2, then you're set. This is considerably less
ambitious than getting all of Zope (e.g. the catalog) migrated to a new
Also, since Barry and Jeremy (or, as we say, Barremy) are now calling
the shots on ZODB and ZEO, you can bug them about it. :^) They're
likely to care a lot about keeping everything in track with Python 2.x.
Martijn Faassen wrote:
> Hannu Krosing wrote:
>>Andy McKay wrote:
>>>Is out and:
>>>"Large file support is now enabled on Win32 and Win64 platforms, and
>>>automatically configured (at least on Linux and Solaris)."
>>>Cool, that will mean there will be less worries about Zope users hitting the
>>>2 gig limit.
>>But will Zope 2.4.x run on 2.2 ?
> No guarantees, but I do know the PythonLabs crew and the Zope development
> crew try to keep things working with 2.2. That doesn't mean there won't
> be problems, but I don't suspect it'll be as tricky as the move from
> 1.5.2 to 2.1. The main thing is that the Zope C extensions keep working, but
> that seems to be watched fairly carefully.
> So, perhaps yes, perhaps no, but don't expect a long period of Zope trying
> to catch up with Python again.
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