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ZEO -- Zope Enterprise Objects.

See the file README.txt in this directory for an overview.

ZEO is now part of ZODB; ZODB's home on the web is

    http://wiki.zope.org/ZODB

src/p/l/plone.recipe.zeoserver-1.2.6/src/plone/recipe/zeoserver/__init__.py   plone.recipe.zeoserver(Download)
        zdaemon_home = os.path.split(zdaemon.__path__[0])[0]
 
        import ZEO
        self.zodb3_home = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(ZEO.__file__))
        params = {

src/p/l/plone.recipe.zope2zeoserver-1.5/src/plone/recipe/zope2zeoserver/__init__.py   plone.recipe.zope2zeoserver(Download)
            # if we can import ZEO, assume the depenencies (zdaemon, ZConfig,
            # etc...) are also present on 'path'
            import ZEO
        except ImportError:
            raise AssertionError(zodb_import_msg)

src/z/e/ZEO-4.0.0/src/ZEO/zeopasswd.py   ZEO(Download)
 
import ZConfig
import ZEO
 
def usage(msg):

src/z/e/ZEO-4.0.0/src/ZEO/zeoctl.py   ZEO(Download)
import os
 
import ZEO
import zdaemon.zdctl
 

src/z/e/ZEO-4.0.0/src/ZEO/runzeo.py   ZEO(Download)
 
import ZConfig.datatypes
import ZEO
from zdaemon.zdoptions import ZDOptions
 

src/i/s/isotoma.recipe.zeo-2.0.4/isotoma/recipe/zeo/recipe.py   isotoma.recipe.zeo(Download)
        zdaemon_home = os.path.split(zdaemon.__path__[0])[0]
 
        import ZEO
        self.zodb3_home = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(ZEO.__file__))
        params = {