Lennart Regebro wrote: > On 1/20/06, Roman Susi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > >>>- is there any "conception strategy" associated with Zope3 ? > > What is a "conception strategy"? Sounds like he wants a architectural direction document, some kind of document saying "we created Zope 3 for the following reasons...". Other than fun, of course, like what problems in Zope 2 is it trying to solve.
What I was talking about "conception strategy" is "what's the best process to build a new Zope3 application", when starting from scratch ; what do you have to design and developer at first when you have to build a new CMS which may have to handle many different types of documents, using different workflows, several skins (at least one for the public side and one for the administration backend)...
>>>- I've understood that a Zope2 application is absolutely incompatible >>>with Zope3, but is there any way and/or strategy to convert a Zope2 >>>application and it's database to Zope3 ? > > No, you currently have to rewrite the application. Zope 2 and Zope 3 > are gaining compatbility through what is known as "Five" but that's > mostly interesting if you want to prepare to a move to Zope 3 in the > future.
My current application is running with Zope 2.6.1. Updating this application for Zope-2.8 or 2.9 to use Five before moving to Zope3 would probably be as painful as rewriting it directly with Zope3... !
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