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Jorge . Lehner
Sat, 18 May 2002 17:11:04 -0600
On Fri, May 17, 2002 at 09:44:46AM -0700, Todd Boyle wrote:
> My understanding is, that if Zope were the foundation of GNUE,
> it would not prevent or inhibit any of the higher goals of GNUE.
> In other words, that GNUE could be just as stable, secure,
> and well-performing using the "libraries" in Zope as with
> GNUE's native Python applications.
I'm applying FreePM on a comercial basis, it's a Zope-based Practice
It does not work the way it should - too much resources consumed, the
Object-Oriented Database is nice, but not always suficiently
efficient, until now, internationalizacion support is weak, the
"programming" language DTML/HTML leads you to weird accumulations of
program/format/text mixed source, etc.
That is, why I'm waiting (silently) for Gnue to come up with a
stronger and more generic framework for business programming.
P.D.: I don't like HTML-Interfaces, please spare comments about this,
and I *do* like Zope a lot. As stated by another person on the list -
for what it is.
Re: Zope?, Chad Walstrom, 2002/05/17
- Zope?, Malek Hadj-Ali, 2002/05/17
- Re: Zope?, Jason Cater, 2002/05/17
- Re: Zope?,
Jorge . Lehner <=
- Re: Zope?, Abdul Hafiz Abdullah, 2002/05/19