thanks for the replies!
The port of the C speed-ups is a really interesting thing,
but could be done if there is time left, as there are possibilities
to run those zope components without using the C speed-ups.
I have already heard that the Zope security proxies are a big
challange and that there are ways, to concentrate for example
on grok, which does not use it.
The bottom-up approach is a good thing, because Zope has
a huge amount of components. Some of the I would be interested
in are zope.inerface (ported at PyCon), zope.component, zope.publisher and some
of the xml and data structure parsing bits inside of Zope.
> Are there wsgi servers for jython?
There is a a WSGI server for jython: modjy
As Martjin mentioned, I will also be working on a report while
working on Summer of Code, to include the missing bits or parts
that could not be ported to Jython, giving a status update to Jython
and Zope about the missing bits.
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