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Shane Hathaway wrote:
> For a Zope 3 project I'm working on, I'd like the root of the site to be
> stateless.  In other words, I don't want the root of my application to
> be stored in ZODB; I want it to come from either the filesystem or
> Python code.  In fact, at the moment, I'd prefer not to open a ZODB
> connection at all.  Is there any way to do that?
> 
> A stateless root would let me treat Zope like Apache.  It would be
> easier than ever to create a new site.  Scaling would become a more
> "boring" problem [1].  Many Python developers would probably find Zope
> more comprehensible and interesting.
> 
> [1] http://www.loudthinking.com/arc/000479.html

Funny you should be the one asking;  I would have been coming to find
*you* to ask that question. ;)  I think this is tied up with how ZServer
finds the "published module" bit when dispacthing an accepted
connection.  ZServer.medusa.http_bobo uses os.environ['SCRIPT_NAME'] to
get the 'module_name'.

At any rate, if you can change the published module, then "Bob's your
uncle" (pace Jim).


Tres.
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