Hi there,

I've been developing an application on Win32 using Zope 2.2.4 and a
Gadfly database. Now that I've got a working prototype I will me
rebuilding my app on Zope 2.3 in Unix using a MySQL database...
tomorrow. I expect the process won't be a simple job i.e. copying &
pasting *won't* do the trick ;-)

I just have a few questions about the problems I expect to run into:

1- Python methods/scripts. In changing my python methods to python
scripts will I need to make any drastic changes or will they perform
just the same if I have the *exact* same content in them?

2- MySQL DBA. I'm not responsible for installing Zope or the MySQL DBA
on the Unix machine but from what I understand, people have had a few
problems working with MySQL DBA. What problems can I expect?

3- I would like to backup what I have done on my home machine and copy
it to another windows machine at uni (that I can reference when I'm
building on the Unix version). I don't have access to the Unix machine
from outside uni so, apart from copying the source into text files, is
there a way I can *copy* Zope's files and place them on another machine?


I expect I'll be bombarding the list with questions these coming weeks.

Thanks in advance for any information/advice you can offer.

- Best regards,


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