Maybe you could map it to libferris instead of the file system and
then we could many types of different data storage.

http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/9373



On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 10:52 AM, Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Garito wrote at 2008-2-29 00:35 +0100:
>
> >I can understand Yuri
>  >Zope uses the tree to run and the filesystem is a tree
>  >
>  >When I'm developing Yanged (my Zope project) I think about that. I would
>  >like to create a version of Zope with the most essential parts:
>  >the traverse way
>  >the adquisition
>  >in an apache module (and apache of course)
>  >the filesystem as object data base
>  >and Zope Smart Manager as ZMI
>
>  It would not be that difficult:
>
>   Your Apache module would call "ZPublisher.Publish.publish"
>   with a module name different from "Zope2".
>
>   Your "Zope2" replacement would provide the objects
>   required by "ZPublisher.Publish.get_module_info".
>   It could e.g. use a LocalFS instance as "bobo_application"
>   and immediately, your objects would come from the filesystem (as
>   mapped by "LocalFS").
>
>
>
>  --
>  Dieter
>
>
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