> I have idea about bytecode cache in Zope, it is possible to implement?
> What I mean: python scripts (in ZODB), DTML documents/methods,
> ZPT will be bytecode compiled in similar way like ordinary .py scripts 
> into .pyc and then run much faster than "noncompiled" ZODB objects. I 
> think that it should have significant speed improvement.
> ... or I am totally out?

Python scripts already cache a bytecode representation (or at least 
they did last time I looked - its been awhile). Not sure what you 
mean by a byte-code representation of DTML or ZPT...

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