just by chance, I got into the position to try out Zope 2.7.0 beta 1/2, and since it needs Python 2.2.3 at least, and Stackless 3.0 was just ported to that, I tried to build Zope with Stackless 3.0.
It works very very well! After a few patches to get the includes right, here the installation instructions.
Get the current Stakless 3.0 beta.
CVSROOT=:pserver:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home/cvs export CVSROOT
cvs co stackless
cd stackless/src ./configure make # su if your weren't root make install
Then, install the Zope source, and make the same dance as usual.
Just a note: Zope doesn't (yet) use any of the Stackless features. It just builds and works with it. But of course, *you* can use the stackless features, of course.
I also expect, that Zope will create a branch in some future and implement a new Medusa which doesn't need real threads.
cheers and let me know of your experience -- chris -- Christian Tismer :^) <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Mission Impossible 5oftware : Have a break! Take a ride on Python's Johannes-Niemeyer-Weg 9a : *Starship* http://starship.python.net/ 14109 Berlin : PGP key -> http://wwwkeys.pgp.net/ work +49 30 89 09 53 34 home +49 30 802 86 56 mobile +49 173 24 18 776 PGP 0x57F3BF04 9064 F4E1 D754 C2FF 1619 305B C09C 5A3B 57F3 BF04 whom do you want to sponsor today? http://www.stackless.com/
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