[Product-Developers] Re: The most efficient way to store 270 AT fields?

Souheil CHELFOUH trollfot at gmail.com
Wed Jan 7 23:29:43 UTC 2009

Clarified :)

2009/1/8 Martin Aspeli <optilude at gmx.net>:
> Souheil CHELFOUH wrote:
>> I was willing to use Dexterity
>> I just got stuck by its current dev status and the fact it needed too
>> many extra packages
>> And I already had lot of work done on Structured Document the past
>> year that headed that way (having local autogenerated form non-AT
>> configuration object for browserviews to be stored locally, etc..)
>> I guess, it depends when you decide it's duplicated or not.
>> As I understood, Dexterity was to become a standard in plone soon, so
>> it's not like it's a wasted effort :)
>> Spear works on a plone3.1 out of the box, with just few extra packages
>> In a close future, i'll probably switch to Dexterity.
>> Let me know if we can discuss this, i'd be very happy to share also
>> the experience I had coding this.
> Just to clarify, whilst I and the other Dexterity developers obviously hope
> it'll be widely adopted, it's not pre-decided that it will become
> "standard". Bear in mind that AT was non-core for a long time, but still
> widely used, and Plone adopted it as a matter of course more than as an
> experiment.
> Also, Dexterity works fine on Plone 3.x (in fact, it doesn't currently work
> on trunk due to a z3c.form vs chameleon issue). Add plone.app.dexterity to
> your buildout and off you go. Of course, there're no pypi release yet, which
> means a few svn checkouts. We're not far off a beta release, though.
> Issue tracker, some documentation, and mailing list at
> http://code.google.com/p/dexterity/
> Martin
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