On Sun, 23 Nov 2008 03:46:32 -0800, Martin Aspeli  
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> In general, having two ways to start the app server is probably a bad
> idea. People are bound to get confused.

[…]

> In that case, we have to make a choice:
>
>   - Either, create a "shim" that makes the new install look a lot like
> the old one, with ./bin/instance, logs in var/log, etc etc.
>
>   - Or, adopt established conventions, i.e. ./bin/paster serve plone.ini
> or whatever, and try to be consistent with Grok, repoze.bfg etc.

The Unified Installers have a command "plonectl" which does the right  
thing no matter what your setup is (ZEO, single instance, etc). Maybe  
that's the way to do it?

-- 
Alexander Limi · http://limi.net

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