The problem is not the Eiffel-Zope integration but the Eiffel-Python
If Eiffel comes with an open C API it should be possible to bindings for
(however they will look like because I don't know the API). Using Google
I found at least one project working on some kind of Eiffel-Python

Maybe that's a good starting point.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Roby" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2001 16:01
Subject: [Zope-dev] Extending Zope with Eiffel

> Ok ... don't laugh (too hard) yet.  I know this sounds of blasphemy but
> me explain.
> I spent many years as a meteorologist in the Navy.  One tool that would
> been invaluable to me (to provide better predictions and warning
> capabilities) is an expert system.  I am sure NOAA probably has one but
> Navy doesn't.  And they are the ones that would benefit from such a system
> the most because their forecasting responsibilities are global in nature
> where NOAA has a much smaller yard to watch over.
> I have pondered how to build such a system for over 10 years.  Things
> to fall into place this year when I stumbled upon Zope and when the Navy
> decided to get serious about Web Services.
> I like Python ... but I don't think (as a scripting language) it is up to
> the challenge of an expert system.  A language that I feel is up to the
> challenge is Eiffel (especially in conjunction with ISE EiffelStudio .. an
> awesome modeling and development environment). So a question for the Zope
> guru's out there.  Since Python is such an adept "glue language" and
> systems are distributed as C-packages, from a technical perspective, would
> it be absurd to develop the system in Eiffel and integrate it into Zope as
> product (or better yet a Web Service in the future).
> Am I way off base here ?  Or am I wrong about my assessment of Python's
> ability to build an expert system ?
> Thanks (in advance) for any insight...
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