Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Jens Vagelpohl
On Apr 26, 2005, at 2:22, Florent Guillaume wrote: Tim Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Technical details of permanent failure: PERM_FAILURE: SMTP Error (state 9): 553 5.3.0 Spam blocked see: http://spamcop.net/bl.shtml?64.233.184.203 Yeah this goes to show that you have to be extremely careful in

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Christian Theune
Great. And the current situation doesn't even catch too much spam. We're relying on some central spam filtering infrastructure here. Looks like I got to tune it again... Am Montag, den 25.04.2005, 17:46 -0400 schrieb Tim Peters: You should really be using SpamBayes 0.9 wink. -- gocept gmbh

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Christian Theune
Howdy, Am Montag, den 25.04.2005, 16:37 -0400 schrieb Tim Peters: AFAIK, nobody looks at WinBuilders between releases. It's traditionally been the job of whoever builds the Windows installer to sort out whatever troubles WinBuilders has gotten into since the last release. Certainly most

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Tim Peters
... [Tim Peters] What exactly do you do to run tests? This is exactly what I do: svn up python setup.py build_ext -i python test.py -vv --all [Christian Theune] I go to the build directory of the WinBuilders and run bin/test.py 1. Is there a reason to _expect_ that to work? The

[Zope-dev] Re: ZEO, FastCGI and Shibboleth

2005-04-26 Thread Zachery Bir
On 2005-04-25 06:58:17 -0400, John Snowdon [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Has anyone any thoughts about how to go about shibboleth enabling a whole host of ZEO instances... without each one having an Apache server sitting in front of it? Or is there an alternative method out there that perhaps is not

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Christian Theune
Howdy, Am Dienstag, den 26.04.2005, 11:38 -0400 schrieb Tim Peters: [Christian Theune] I go to the build directory of the WinBuilders and run bin/test.py 1. Is there a reason to _expect_ that to work? The WinBuilders README.txt doesn't claim that it should. Would sure be nice if

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Christian Theune
Sticking to this thread ... Now the unit tests look like this: == ERROR: testCorrectFactories (zope.app.publisher.browser.tests.test_directoryreso urce.Test) --

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Tim Peters
Sticking to this thread ... Now the unit tests look like this: The Zope trunk test_http_factory and test_webdav_source_factory tests have been failing on Windows this way since last October (even when running tests from a checkout tree). See: http://www.zope.org/Collectors/Zope/1728

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Tim Peters
[Tim] 2. Which Python do you use to run bin\test.py? I hope you're using bin\python.exe for that attempt anyway. [Christian] The one test.py refers to. (Yep, still tapping around blindly.) I'm not following. #! lines don't mean anything on Windows, and that's the only sense in which I

[Zope-dev] Re: Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread yuppie
Christian Theune wrote: Sticking to this thread ... [...] -- Ran 5634 tests in 1433.151s FAILED (failures=3, errors=2) Any comments? Still hesitating to release the binaries, but I have them around. I changed setup.py to add the

[Zope-dev] Re: Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread yuppie
Tim Peters wrote: Someone with setup.py courage needs to step up to the plate then. The Windows build process is way hard enough to follow already without adding reams of arbitrary new makefile cruft to paper over setup.py bugs. Perhaps someone on Linux could volunteer to run Zope trunk tests

[Zope-dev] Re: Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Tim Peters
[Tim Peters] Someone with setup.py courage needs to step up to the plate then. The Windows build process is way hard enough to follow already without adding reams of arbitrary new makefile cruft to paper over setup.py bugs. Perhaps someone on Linux could volunteer to run Zope trunk tests

[Zope-dev] Re: Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread yuppie
Hi! Tim Peters wrote: [yuppie] I did that more than once, Did what more than once? Updating setup.py. (Or reminding people to do it themselves if they add new files and forget to update setup.py.) but why can't people clean up after themselves? Which people, cleaning up what? Sorry, I'm not

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Jim Fulton
Tim Peters wrote: [Tim Peters] ... I think this gets worse with Zope3 code, and especially when mixed in with Zope2. Zope3 still uses setup.py for testing from a checkout, but uses zpkgtools for building a distribution: those two subsystems have nothing in common, and get out of synch with each

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Christian Theune
Hi, Am Dienstag, den 26.04.2005, 12:57 -0400 schrieb Tim Peters: [Tim] 2. Which Python do you use to run bin\test.py? I hope you're using bin\python.exe for that attempt anyway. [Christian] The one test.py refers to. (Yep, still tapping around blindly.) I'm not following. #!

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Tim Peters
[Tim] 2. Which Python do you use to run bin\test.py? I hope you're using bin\python.exe for that attempt anyway. [Christian] The one test.py refers to. (Yep, still tapping around blindly.) [Tim] I'm not following. #! lines don't mean anything on Windows, and [Christian] I think cygwin

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Tim Peters
[Tim] Someone with setup.py courage needs to step up to the plate then. The [...] possibly work either so long as setup.py neglects to install necessary files. [Christian] Yuppie did [Tim] That's not my understanding. My understanding (confirmed by eyeballing the checkins) is that Yuppie

Re: [Zope-dev] Windows Binaries for 2.8b1

2005-04-26 Thread Andreas Jung
--On Dienstag, 26. April 2005 23:55 Uhr +0200 Christian Theune [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andreas: Can you please consider a beta2 instead of a rc as the next step? Thanks. You mean 2.8 b2? The next scheduled 2.8 release is b2 according to the posted release plan *wink*. -aj pgpbxpUn0lQjr.pgp