Hello Darryl,

I think zope.interface will work without the C stuff, those are just
optimizations. Actually it should work with jython already.
zope.proxy might not be so simple to get working without C.

(Hopefully) there will be some GSoC projects that will bring
the subject and your problem forward:
- Porting zope 3 to jython: 
- Zope without ZODB

Saturday, April 19, 2008, 1:43:19 AM, you wrote:

DC> Hi,

DC> "The ZCA framework is developed as part of the Zope 3 project. As noted
DC> earlier, it is a pure Python framework, so it can be used in any kind of
DC> Python application." [1]

DC> I was hoping to try using ZCA for a googleappengine experiment. Using
DC> Ian Bickings post [2] I set up a environment to install zca packages. 

DC> zope.interface and zope.proxy both have .so files that aren't usable in
DC> a gae project. (_zope_interface_coptimizations.so and
DC> _zope_proxy_proxy.so).

>>From the quote above and other mentions on the web I gather that there
DC> exist pure-python ZCA packages. Could someone point me to where to find
DC> them?

DC> Best regards,
DC> Darryl

DC> [1] http://www.muthukadan.net/docs/zca.html
DC> [2] http://blog.ianbicking.org/2008/04/13/app-engine-and-pylons/

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