On Saturday 11 March 2006 11:16 am, Shane Hathaway wrote:
> Dennis Allison wrote:
> > I am looking to map a portion of the local file system into Zope.  One
> > way to do this is to use LocalFS, another is to use Ape.  I am sure there
> > are onter approaches as well.  We are using Zop 2.9.X.  Will Ape work in
> > this context?  What would you suggest?
> Ape doesn't work with Zope 2.9 yet.
> Shane

We are very interested in this as well.  We have a large application using 
Apelib right now to persist our zope application onto the filesystem so we 
can use subversion.  It's quite elegant for multiple developers, branching, 
etc.  I'd be interested to know if anyone else has had success with other 
file system persistence and zope.  Most seem to save as blobs (at last our 
last survey of the options did).  Apelib is wonderfull because in most cases 
it saves the contents in text files which can be accessed by external editors 
which is how we do all our development now.  Diffs and merges are easy plus 
we get history of changes over time.

Because APE doesn't work in 2.9, we are kind of stuck as far as upradeing zope 
and will need to go to localFS or something like it I guess at some point in 
the future.  I would be curious to know where you come out with this Dennis.

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