On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 2:41 PM, Tres Seaver <tsea...@palladion.com> wrote:
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> Jim Fulton wrote:
>> ZODB includes a script named mkzeoinstance that tries to create
>> a somewhat self-contained ZEO server installation.
>> It only works when ZODB and its dependencies are installed in
>> in the standard Python path (typically site-packages).
>> It only works on unix-like systems.
>> It has no tests.
>> This is an example of an unsupported feature.  It probably needs to be
>> heavily documented as such.  If someone wants a project, it would be
>> nice to give mkzeoinstance the love it needs.
>> If no one is going to support this properly, I'd rather just drop it.
>> I do think mkzeoinstance has some potential value, so I'd prefer to
>> see someone maintain it.  I don't think it would take *that* much
>> effort to whip it into shape, but I have too many other commitments to
>> take this on myself. I can offer some suggestions is someone picks it
>> up.
>> Another option would be to move it to a separate project that depends
>> on ZEO/ZODB.  At least then, I wouldn't be responsible for not
>> maintaining it. :)
>> Thoughts? Volunteers?
> Forked to:
>  http://svn.zope.org/zope.mkzeoinstance
> and released:
>  http://pypi.python.org/pypi/zope.mkzeoinstance/3.9.4



Jim Fulton
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