Am Dienstag, den 17.07.2007, 14:52 +0200 schrieb Andreas Jung:
> --On 17. Juli 2007 14:43:27 +0200 Thierry Florac <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Hi,
> > I'm looking for packages to ease integration of SQLAlchemy and Zope3.
> > I found the two references listed into this message's subject and was
> > wondering if there was any link between then, if both of them are
> > up-to-date and actively maintained, and what where the benefits of using
> > any or both of them...
> z3c.sqlalchemy (written by myself) is actively maintained in will be used
> in several upcoming projects. The goals and usecases covered by
> z3c.sqlalchemy are documented on the cheeseshop project page. z3c.zalchemy
> isn't actively maintained as far from what I heard some weeks ago.
> z3c.zalchemy tries to approach problems I did not have or I did not
> understand. It's a bit more Zope 3 oriented while z3c.sqlalchemy works
> fine on Zope 2 and Zope 3. To add another choice: collective.lead by
> Martin Aspeli.
I'm using z3c.zalchemy and am happy to fix bugs, so you could call it
maintained by me. I'm not a consumer of the very Zope 3 (read: content)
-oriented approaches, but I am working on some reasonable integration
issues to make the use as transparent as possible in Zope 3.
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