On 2/9/06, Chris Cogdon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm trying to get started quickly (of course), and want to do it
> reading as much documentation as possible, without depending on you
> fine folk too much for help. From my research it seems that there's a
> bunch of documentation and tutorials geared around Zope 2, but not
> anywhere near as much for Zope 3, and Zope 3 seems a vastly different
> beast than '2'.
> So, my question is... should I stick with Zope 2 for the moment (with
> its plethora of documentation), or dive right into Zope 3 and battle it
> out (and depend more on the community for any lack of documentation)?
> In particular, I DO want a decent tutorial to work through to get me
> started (and I cant find one of any depth at all for Zope 3).
Quick answer: If you need a product that runs on Zope 2, like for
example CPS, Plone or Silva, you should use Zope 2. Otherwise you
should use Zope3.
I'd guess you'd be more happy with Zope3. It's much more Pythonic.
> Or... can I use the Zope 2 tutorials to work through Zope 3 ??
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