On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 10:27:26AM -0500, Bill Bumgarner wrote:
> I am a long time WebObjects / Java / Python / Cocoa / NeXT / Lisp / etc
> developer that has been building [mostly WebObjects] based internet
> related apps/sites for quite a while now.
> My next step is to figure out object persistency. My mind is wrapped
> around relational based persistency simply because that has been what I
> have been doing for a long time (and because I already have a
> relational database-- in FrontBase-- full of data in a particular
> schema that I wish to interact with from WebWare).
First I need to apologize for this long time answer.
I've been working a long time with a python <=> rdbm bridge in
my previous job ( unemployement now :( ). For those which are
interested, the code just went to GPL (Thanks to the author
As I read in your mail, you seem to know EOF, so I think you
should give it a try, since the "modeling" (it's the name) have
same API (ObjectStore,Qualifier, .. )
Despite the fact, it has been develop for zope, it works great
without it. We use it to build a bookstore app with gtk.
I hope to find some time soon to make a short introduction,
as this every one can make its own opinion.
home page http://modeling.sf.net
Bye bye ..