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On Jan 18, 2009, at 2:59 PM, Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:

* Barry Warsaw <ba...@list.org>:
For detailed information on 3.0a2, please read docs/ALPHA.txt.  This
file explains how to build Mailman and run the test suite.  The docs/
NEWS.txt file contains high level descriptions of what's changed since 3.0a1. Most notably are the new configuration system, the better test
suite and installation process, and the new LMTP support.  Mailman 3
also contains extensive doctests which explain how certain subsystems
work.

I'm having problems to build MM3 and I am unexperienced enough with Python
(including bzr) to tell if its me or any program standing in the way.

So far I have successfully built Python 2.6 on a vanilla Ubuntu/ Hardy virtual
machine.

Then I followed docs/ALPHA.txt from mailman-3.0.0a2 and tried to checkout
megamerge. I get this and believe I shouldn't:

# bzr branch lp:~barry/lazr.config/megamerge
bzr: ERROR: Not a branch: "https://code.launchpad.net/";.

I can't tell if its a configuration error on my side or a real error. Any
help greatly appreciated.

The megamerge branch was merged into lazr.config proper and release as lazr.config 1.1. So you don't need this branch. The bzr branch of mm3.0 is up-to-date now, but from the tarball, you should just skip this step and edit buildout.cfg so that the "develop" line only contains a single dot.

Note that bin/test may break for you. If it does, I have a workaround, but I don't yet know if the problem is in buildout or mailman.

- -Barry

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