Op 22 mei 2013, om 14:51 heeft Sylvain Viollon het volgende geschreven:
Few years ago I made a branch of buildout:
That creates a cache during the installation of the dependencies preventing
buildout to recompute this an exponential number of times.
The relevant changes can be summarized here (please ignore the Jython
I don't know why they were removed):
I didn't advertise my changes because of the following facts:
- it didn't support multiple working_set using different versions of the
which was possible at the time,
- it didn't support multiple versions of Python, which was possible at the
- it didn't seems to integrate well with the direction that was taking
I now use zc.buildout 2 and in its README it actually agree with all those
so I am basically asking, do you think and/or want me propose a patch to
zc.buildout 2 on github, with this global download_cache integrated ?
I realize that a global cache sucks, but given the code base, it is
making it global.
I made a fork of buildout on github with an even better implementation:
Feedback is welcome and if you want me to press the push request, please
On the Silva buildout, rerunning buildout without changing anything goes
from 63.81s to 33.75s (most of the time is now mr.developer).
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