[Twisted-Python] Re: ZEO/Twisted?

Mario Ruggier mario at ruggier.org
Sun Jan 19 20:19:21 EST 2003


fyi, in case you might not be aware of it... an interesting bridge for 
postgres (in
particular, but not only) was announced a few days ago  (on daily 
http://www.pythonware.com/daily/index.htm  2003-01-14, titled "Modeling
Framework, an object-relational bridge for Python", by Sébastien 
It is currently kind of bolted to Zope, but would be very interesting to
have it also available for twisted.


On lundi, jan 20, 2003, at 00:21 Europe/Amsterdam, Mike Thompson wrote:

>> I'm considering using ZEO/ZODB to backend a Twisted server.  I.e. as
>> transactions arrive at the server, they are stored thru ZEO into a 
>> database.
>> Is this combination (ZEO/Twisted) known to work/not-work?  Any
> info/pointers
>> appreciated.
>> Yours drowning in technology,
>> Mike.
> Okay. I think I've answered my question. I've found this Feb-'02 post 
> in the
> Zope3-dev archives ...
> http://lists.zope.org/pipermail/zope3-dev/2002-February/000516.html
> Seems to say that Twisted and ZEO do not mix.  $@#$!@*
> This post is almost a year old, so I'm wondering if anything has 
> anything
> happened since it was written. Has the release of Standalone ZODB 
> prompted
> something, said he hopefully.
> Is the potentially blocking nature of "ZEO commits" the problem?  Or 
> is the
> handling of the "ZEO cache invalidation", er, messages? Or is it 
> something
> else entirely?
> Thanks,
> Mike.
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