On 5/2/09 4:21 AM, Hanno Schlichting wrote:
> Chris McDonough wrote:
>> I just tried running the "c-free" version of on Windows for the first time 
>> and
>> ran into an issue where zope.1i8nmessageid required compilation.
> Hhm, which version of the package did you use? At least for 3.4.3 there
> are binary Windows eggs available for Python 2.4 to 2.6, so no
> C-compiler should have been required to run this stuff.

3.4.3 yup but I didn't bother trying to use any binary packages. I'd rather not 
think about having to update our index with new versions of those whenever 
they're released, especially because I don't actually use Windows.

> C-free is good for many other reasons, but Windows shouldn't be one of
> them. I thought I created Windows binary eggs for all commonly used
> zope.* packages.

BFG really, really, really, reaaaaaaaly doesn't need the security here that is 
the reason for the i18messageid C extension.  BFG just uses the package because 
zope.configuration (zope.schema?) depends on it for ZCML.  It's a dead chicken 
in a non-Zope world.

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