Chris McDonough wrote:
Here is another question. Suppose I'm working with a team of
developers. Should we each set up our own separate Zope3 instance,
and do SVN checkouts into our own separate, local /lib/python
directories inside the instance? How then would we merge any
changes done in the ZODB? On the other hand, having all team
members try to share a single Zope 3 instance seems unworkable...
I wrote a short treatise on this subject at
http://www.plope.com/Members/chrism/zope_collab/view that you may
want to take a look at.
It's written with Zope 2 in mind but the issues and mechanics remain the same.
Ok, so this kind of discussion makes me wonder how much I can do
without ZODB, or at least whether I can just use the ZODB files like
any other binary files in the SVN repository. Having to write scripts
to regenerate them sounds like a lot of ass-ache. Is there any reason
why I can't just check in those data.fs files into SVN along with my
Python packages, so that other team members can check them out into
their respective Zope instances?
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