Hi Russell, this bug was present since the migration to easy_install.
Removing the settings_local from site-packeges helped but not with
upgrade from 27/11. Because if I removed from that one rb-site
complained that the file is missing (even if there still was my
settings_local in {site}/conf dir, I didn't do anything with this
one). Anyway I updated today and the whole problem with settings_local
seems to be fixed, so cheers guys :)

On 28 Lis, 14:16, "Russell Bryant" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 2:21 PM, Tomas Friml <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> > Hi Chris,
> > after last update (0.9.dev_20081127) there seems to be another
> > (packaging?) bug. If delete setting_local.py* ReviewBoard stops
> > working. I can see in logs that it's actually requiring the file I
> > deleted :)
> Well, the error was that a different settings_local.py (not yours) got
> included with the package.  You need to remove it so that it will use your
> version that is in your site directory.  If you had overwritten that one
> with your version, then yeah, you shouldn't have done that.  :-)  I have
> mine in ${sitedir}/conf/.
> [Fri Nov 28 09:11:50 2008] [error] [client] File does not
> > exist: /opt/reviewboard/htdocs/errordocs/500.html
> This was a problem that I had, as well.  rb-site didn't install this file
> into my new site dir that it created.  So, you'll want to copy it over.
> --
> Russell
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