On Thu, 2003-10-02 at 13:34, Leonardo Rochael Almeida wrote:
> > I thought that was easy to miss, so I changed the heading from
> > Zope Enterprise Objects
> > to
> > Zope Enterprise Objects (OBSOLETE)
> And I still missed it! Amazing! it must've been the pre-lunch hunger or
> something... Maybe you should use a blink tag and a red font tag inside a
> one cell table with a thick border (/me runs from the HTML-standards mob).
Maybe we should just delete it.
On the other hand, Jim asked me today how someone would navigate from
the zope.org home page to the current ZODB release. I don't have any
idea. Anyone else know? I just use Google.
> > It could probably use more text explaining what to do instead. I'd do that
> > if I thought I knew <wink>.
> Yes, that's exactly what I'm looking for: what is the current "blessed"
> procedure for using ZEO with Zope?
You can copy ZEO into lib/python or install ZODB into lib/python.
> The client will be using the binary Zope 2.6.2 package, BTW.
> I've (finally) read the ZODB page and it says Zope 2.6.2 doen't need a ZODB
> surgery to use ZEO. This is good since I don't want to scare the client with
> weird surgeries for a Production installation :-) (I'm mentoring them on the
> installation, not installing it for them).
> Since we'll be using python-2.1.3, ZODB 3.2 isn't an option. Does ZODB 3.1.4
> (the last ZODB release according to the ZODB3.1 page) fix the "one client
> changes an object but the others don't see the change" bug reported here
It does. There are a few memory leaks and a potential deadlock bug that
are only fixed in ZODB 3.2, but the majority of the critical bugs were
fixed by 3.1.4.
> If yes, should I just copy over the ZEO package or do you guys still
> recomend that I replace all of Zope262 ZODB with the standalone one?
Either one is fine with me.
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