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  • 1.1 protocols -- Protocol Definition, Declaration, and Adaptation
    hasattr or interface checks with single calls to adapt instead In addition if the framework has objects that represent interfaces or protocols the framework developer can make them usable with this package s declaration API by adding adapters for or direct implementations of the IOpenProtocol interface provided herein If the developer of a framework does not do these things it may still be possible for a framework user or third party developer to do them in order to be able to use this package s API The user of a framework can often call adapt on a component before passing it to a non adapting framework And it s possible to externally adapt a framework s interface objects as well For example the protocols zope support and protocols twisted support modules define adapters that implement IOpenProtocol on behalf of Zope and Twisted Interface objects This allows them to be used as arguments to this package s protocol declaration API This works even though Zope and Twisted are completely unaware of the protocols package Of course this does not give Zope or Twisted Interface objects all of the capabilities that Protocol objects have but it does make most of their existing functionality accessible through the same API Finally framework and non framework developers alike may also wish to use the Protocol and Interface base classes from this package to define protocols or interfaces of their own or perhaps use some of the adaptation mechanisms supplied here to implement double dispatching or the visitor pattern See Also PEP 246 Object Adaptation PEP 246 describes an early version of the adaptation protocol used by this package Subsections 1 1 1 Big Example 1 A Python Documentation Framework 1 1 2 Protocols and Interfaces 1 1 3 adapt and the Adaptation Protocol 1 1

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  • Full text search for "FrontPage" - The PEAK Developers' Center
    The PEAK Developers Center FrontPage RecentChanges TitleIndex WordIndex SiteNavigation HelpContents WikiWikiWeb 2 matches HelpOnMacros 2 matches HelpOnUpdating 1 match HelpOnNavigation 1 match HelpOnConfiguration 1 match 5 hits out of 162 pages searched Needed 0 2 seconds FindPage by browsing title

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  • FindPage - The PEAK Developers' Center
    TitleIndex a list of all pages in the wiki WordIndex a list of all words that are part of page title thus a list of the concepts in a wiki WikiSandBox feel free to change this page and experiment with editing Here s a title search Try something like manager Here s a full text search Display context of search results Case sensitive searching You can also use regular expressions

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  • Diff for "FrontPage" - The PEAK Developers' Center
    valid e mail address and log in Sorry for the inconvenience but changes by spammers are now outnumbering changes by legitimate users by a factor of around 10 to 1 Thanks for your patience NOTE Due to rampant spammer edits this wiki is no longer open to public editing Email me your user name and login ID if you want to get access If your name isn t shown in

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  • Info for "FrontPage" - The PEAK Developers' Center
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  • FrontPage - The PEAK Developers' Center
    modules provide the component oriented framework upon which most other PEAK modules are built and they will be used extensively within any application built with PEAK The next layer to explore should probably be the runtime modules running commands and logs Combined with the previous core modules the runtime modules provide most of the machinery needed for building PEAK applications The storage module provides numerous storage management features including high level relational database connectivity a general transaction framework with ACID assurance and two phase commit and a DataManager framework for high level object persistence to multiple storage media The model module provides a framework for implementing the DomainModel pattern which is based on high level business objects isolated from storage concerns The events module provides an event driven programming framework that supports ultralight microthreads implemented via generators It can stand alone or can be used atop Twisted for a more intuitive approach to asynchronous programming Further modules to explore include the util metamodels and security modules The web net and query modules are under development Additional notes in GettingStartedWithPeak Tutorials The IntroToPeak tutorial is currently the best way to get started with PEAK It demonstrates the use of many of PEAK s features by building a small application step by step Other tutorials include PeakDatabaseApplications ComposingHierarchies TwistedPeak example Using ZopePageTemplates with peak web PeakFromBasics a new tutorial currently barely started which will develop an application from scratch PeakWebHowTo introduction to peak web functionality Concepts WritingInterfaces WritingComponents WritingAdaptors Latest Project Docs from CVS README txt FEATURES txt STATUS txt CHANGES txt TODO txt Miscellaneous To be categorized AddingPsycopgSupport DistributePeakApplications MiscNotes Glossary CookBook MailingListHighlights IrcHighlights Using the Wiki You can edit any page by pressing the link at the bottom of the page Capitalized words joined together form a WikiName which hyperlinks

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  • FrontPage - The PEAK Developers' Center
    config and naming These core modules provide the component oriented framework upon which most other PEAK modules are built and they will be used extensively within any application built with PEAK The next layer to explore should probably be the runtime modules running commands and logs Combined with the previous core modules the runtime modules provide most of the machinery needed for building PEAK applications The storage module provides numerous storage management features including high level relational database connectivity a general transaction framework with ACID assurance and two phase commit and a DataManager framework for high level object persistence to multiple storage media The model module provides a framework for implementing the DomainModel pattern which is based on high level business objects isolated from storage concerns The events module provides an event driven programming framework that supports ultralight microthreads implemented via generators It can stand alone or can be used atop Twisted for a more intuitive approach to asynchronous programming Further modules to explore include the util metamodels and security modules The web net and query modules are under development Additional notes in GettingStartedWithPeak Tutorials The IntroToPeak tutorial is currently the best way to get started with PEAK It demonstrates the use of many of PEAK s features by building a small application step by step Other tutorials include PeakDatabaseApplications ComposingHierarchies TwistedPeak example Using ZopePageTemplates with peak web PeakFromBasics a new tutorial currently barely started which will develop an application from scratch PeakWebHowTo introduction to peak web functionality Concepts WritingInterfaces WritingComponents WritingAdaptors Latest Project Docs from CVS README txt FEATURES txt STATUS txt CHANGES txt TODO txt Miscellaneous To be categorized AddingPsycopgSupport DistributePeakApplications MiscNotes Glossary CookBook MailingListHighlights IrcHighlights Using the Wiki You can edit any page by pressing the link at the bottom of the page Capitalized words joined together

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  • with the previous core modules the runtime modules provide most of the machinery needed for building PEAK applications The storage module provides numerous storage management features including high level relational database connectivity a general transaction framework with ACID assurance and two phase commit and a DataManager framework for high level object persistence to multiple storage media The model module provides a framework for implementing the DomainModel pattern which is based on high level business objects isolated from storage concerns The events module provides an event driven programming framework that supports ultralight microthreads implemented via generators It can stand alone or can be used atop Twisted for a more intuitive approach to asynchronous programming Further modules to explore include the util metamodels and security modules The web net and query modules are under development Additional notes in GettingStartedWithPeak The IntroToPeak tutorial is currently the best way to get started with PEAK It demonstrates the use of many of PEAK s features by building a small application step by step Other tutorials include PeakDatabaseApplications ComposingHierarchies TwistedPeak example Using ZopePageTemplates with peak web PeakFromBasics a new tutorial currently barely started which will develop an application from scratch PeakWebHowTo introduction to peak web functionality

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