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ZCatalog for standalone Zodb?

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Hello,

is ZCatalog available for standalone zodb? As far as I read tutorial, the
relation to zope is obvious.

I knew there is IndexedCatalog, but its not developed any more...and without
indexing, oodbms are unusable for cms, imo.

Thank You,
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Lukas "Almad" Linhart
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Jul 19 '05 #1
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Am Tue, 14 Jun 2005 11:45:30 +0200 schrieb Almad:
Hello,

is ZCatalog available for standalone zodb? As far as I read tutorial, the
relation to zope is obvious.

I knew there is IndexedCatalog, but its not developed any more...and without
indexing, oodbms are unusable for cms, imo.


Hi,

There was someone who said that he has ported ZCatalog to "standalone"
ZODB. Look in the archive of zodb-dev.AFAIK IndexedCatalog is still in
development. Maybe the mailing list is calm, but I think it is not
orphaned.

HTH,
Thomas

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Thomas GŁttler, http://www.thomas-guettler.de/
Jul 19 '05 #2

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Thomas Guettler wrote:
Hi,
Hi,
There was someone who said that he has ported ZCatalog to "standalone"
ZODB. Look in the archive of zodb-dev.
Thanks, I'll try.
AFAIK IndexedCatalog is still in
development. Maybe the mailing list is calm, but I think it is not
orphaned.
As developers on #async told me, they are not using IC for their product any
more. So, They will fix reported bugs, but not adding new features.
HTH,
Thomas


Thanks,
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Lukas "Almad" Linhart
[:: http://www.almad.net/ ::]
Jul 19 '05 #3

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