On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 00:16, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Oooooh, a very good idea indeed! We'll have to look at that eventually.
> 
> The mechanism you describe is preferable, but it should be noted that
> subversion properties are easily accessible using the clients.
> 
> So long as said properties are human readable/writable, that's also an
> option.
> 
> The main issue for me (And many others I suppose), is the fact that every
> single object type I use is either completely custom, or a monkey patched
> version of a built-in type (Notably OFS.Image for instance).
> 
> So there would have to be a reliable serializer for "other" objects, which I
> beleive you already have, so that's OK :)


i dunno if you use or have tried archetypes, but it has experimental
support for generating the needed ape structures from its schema.. see 
archgenxml and archetypes/apesupport.. its pretty cool actually you cane
go from a uml model straight to a content model with support.

http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/archetypes/Archetypes/ApeSupport.py?rev=1.6&view=auto

cheers,

-kapil


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