Re: [Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-12 Thread Stefan H. Holek
Shane, You are talking about the Zope core unit tests, aren't you? Can you be equally sure you do not break third party tests people wrote for their own products and packages? Please keep in mind that ZC is not the only one using the Testing package to write their unit tests. I am wondering why

Re: [Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-12 Thread Shane Hathaway
Stefan H. Holek wrote: You are talking about the Zope core unit tests, aren't you? Can you be equally sure you do not break third party tests people wrote for their own products and packages? Please keep in mind that ZC is not the only one using the Testing package to write their unit tests.

Re: [Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-12 Thread Matthew T. Kromer
Stefan H. Holek wrote: Shane, You are talking about the Zope core unit tests, aren't you? Can you be equally sure you do not break third party tests people wrote for their own products and packages? Please keep in mind that ZC is not the only one using the Testing package to write their unit

Re: [Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-11 Thread Stefan H. Holek
Same thing on Debian. 'Data.fs.in' is missing there as well. This is a problem for me as the ZopeTestCase relies on a working Testing package and error reports start to trickle in... AFAIK, 'Data.fs.in' already contains things like the root Application object and the Control_Panel. If no base

Re: [Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-11 Thread Jim Penny
On Wed, Sep 11, 2002 at 03:49:25PM +0200, Stefan H. Holek wrote: Same thing on Debian. 'Data.fs.in' is missing there as well. This is a problem for me as the ZopeTestCase relies on a working Testing package and error reports start to trickle in... This is not correct. Data.fs.in is in

Re: [Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-11 Thread Stefan H. Holek
Good to hear that! However, I have received the following report: ---8--- I do have a 'Data.fs', 'Data.fs.lock' and 'Data.fs.tmp' files in the '/usr/lib/zope/var' directory, but no 'Data.fs.in' file. =( Is this bad? My zope is 2.5.1 and I'm using python 2.1.3. I installed zope using the

[Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-11 Thread James Johnson
Hi all, I'm using win2k and zope2.5.1 and python 2.1.2. And I don't have the file Data.fs.in. I have the others files. Am I suppose to have this file on win32. tia, - James Good to hear that! However, I have received the following report: ---8--- I do have a 'Data.fs',

Re: [Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-11 Thread Matthew T. Kromer
James Johnson wrote: Hi all, I'm using win2k and zope2.5.1 and python 2.1.2. And I don't have the file Data.fs.in. I have the others files. Am I suppose to have this file on win32. tia, - James You don't need it; it merely provides a bootstrap of what Zope does on startup if

Re: [Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-11 Thread Stefan H. Holek
Matt, You need Data.fs.in to run unit tests. The Testing package does not work without it. See lib/python/Testing/custom_zodb.py. Stefan --On Mittwoch, 11. September 2002 16:25 -0400 Matthew T. Kromer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: James Johnson wrote: Hi all, I'm using win2k and

Re: [Zope-dev] Some Zope distributions are missing Data.fs.in

2002-09-11 Thread Shane Hathaway
Stefan H. Holek wrote: You need Data.fs.in to run unit tests. The Testing package does not work without it. See lib/python/Testing/custom_zodb.py. FWIW, I'm looking into removing that requirement. With a tweaked custom_zodb.py and minor changes to the sessioning machinery, all but three