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-======
-Zope 3
-======
-
-Welcome to the Zope 3 distribution!
-
-Zope 3 is the next major Zope release and has been written from
-scratch based on the latest software design patterns and the
-experiences of Zope 2.
-
-
-Requirements
-------------
-
-Zope 3 requires that Python 2.4.1 or newer be installed.
-
-Building the Zope 3 software requires a C compiler supported by the distutils.
-
-
-Building and installing the software
-------------------------------------
-
-Unix
-~~~~
-
-Zope 3 is built using the conventional `configure`/`make` pattern on Unix and
-Linux.  There are only a couple of options to the configure script, but you
-shouldn't need either of them in the common case.  The `configure` script will
-attempt to locate the available Python installations and pick the best one for
-use with Zope::
-
-  $ ./configure
-
-  Configuring Zope 3 installation
-
-  Testing for an acceptable Python interpreter...
-
-  Python version 2.3.5 found at /usr/local/bin/python
-  Python version 2.4.1 found at /usr/local/bin/python2.4
-
-  The optimum Python version (2.4.1) was found at /usr/local/bin/python2.4.
-
-If you want to specify which Python should be used with Zope, use the
-`--with-python` option to indicate the specific Python interpreter to use::
-
-  $ ./configure --with-python /opt/Python-2.4.1/bin/python
-
-  Using Python interpreter at /opt/Python-2.4.1/bin/python
-
-  Configuring Zope 3 installation
-
-The default installation directory for Zope is ``/usr/local/Zope-<version>``,
-where ``<version>`` is replaced with the version of Zope 3 you're installing;
-it will match the version number from the compressed tarball you unpacked.  To
-change the installation directory, use the ``--prefix`` option to specify an
-alternate location:
-
-  $ ./configure --prefix /opt/Zope-3.2.0
-
-  Configuring Zope 3 installation
-
-  Testing for an acceptable Python interpreter...
-
-  Python version 2.3.5 found at /usr/local/bin/python
-  Python version 2.4.1 found at /usr/local/bin/python2.4
-
-  The optimum Python version (2.4.1) was found at /usr/local/bin/python2.4.
-
-If you want to use the same prefix as a previous installation, you need to
-remove the original installation first.  Instances created using one
-installation may need to be modified to use a new installation.
-
-Once you've configured Zope, you can build the software using ``make``.  No
-options are needed.
-
-  $ make
-  python2.4 install.py -q build
-
-Now that the software has been built, you can run the unit tests for the
-software to make sure that everything is working on your platform.  This is an
-optional step, and can take a while to complete.  The tests can be run using
-``make`` as well::
-
-  $ make check
-  python2.4 install.py -q build
-  python2.4 test.py -v
-  Running UNIT tests at level 1
-  Running UNIT tests from /home/user/Zope-3.2.0/build/lib.linux-i686-2.3
-  [...lots of dots, one per test...]
-  ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-  Ran 8007 tests in 252.406s
-
-  OK
-
-  Running FUNCTIONAL tests at level 1
-  Running FUNCTIONAL tests from /home/user/Zope-3.2.0/build/lib.linux-i686-2.3
-  [...lots of dots, one per test...]
-  ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-  Ran 385 tests in 106.901s
-
-  OK
-
-The line before the final "OK" tells how many individual tests were run, and
-long it took to run them.  These numbers will vary based on release, operating
-system, and host platform.
-
-To install the software, run ``make`` again::
-
-  $ make install
-  python2.4 install.py -q build
-  python2.4 install.py -q install --home "/opt/Zope-3.2.0"
-
-You now have a complete Zope 3 installation.
-
-
-Windows (installer)
-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-
-On Windows it's easiest to use the Windows installer.  The instructions here
-assume you installed Python in its default location, ``\Python24``.
-
-If you have a previous version of Zope 3 installed, use the Windows Control
-Panel's Add/Remove Programs applet to uninstall the old version first. The
-name of the appropriate entry starts with "Python 2.4 Zope 3-".
-
-Run the installer.  Note that the installer creates an uninstallation program,
-and an entry to run it under Control Panel's Add/Remove Programs applet.  This
-will remove the files installed under ``\Python24``, but will not remove
-anything in the instance directory (which you create next).
-
-Change to the ``\Python24\Scripts`` directory and create an instance::
-
-  ..\python mkzopeinstance -d <instance dir> -u <username>:<password>
-
-Change to the instance directory (this is the new directory you specified as
-the ``-d`` argument to ``mkzopeinstance``) and start Zope::
-
-  \Python24\python bin/runzope
-
-
-Windows (source)
-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-
-Using the source distribution on Windows is possible, but is somewhat
-different from using the distribution on Unix.  You may want to use the
-Windows installer instead of the source distribution.  If you don't have a
-supported C compiler, you need to use the installer.
-
-If you have previously installed Zope 3, either from source or using the
-installer, you will need to remove the previous installation.
-
-In using the distribution on Windows, you will need to run Python directly
-several times with various command lines; you should be careful to use the
-same Python installation for each of these.  The default installation for
-Python 2.3.x on Windows places the Python interpreter at ``\Python24\python``;
-this will be used in the examples, but you may need to use a different path to
-the interpreter if you installed Python in a non-default location.  On
-NT/2000/XP using cmd.exe, and if Python 2.4.x is associated with the .py
-extension (the Python Windows installer does so by default), you can leave off
-the ``\Python24\python `` at the start of each command line.
-
-Build the Zope software by switching to the directory created by unpacking the
-source distribution, then running the command::
-
-  C:\Zope-3.2.0> \Python24\python install.py -q build
-
-The unit tests for the Zope software can be run once this is complete.  This
-is an optional step, and can take a while to complete.  The tests can be run
-using the command::
-
-  C:\Zope-3.2.0> \Python24\python test.py -v
-  Running UNIT tests at level 1
-  Running UNIT tests from C:\Zope-3.2.0\build\lib.win32-2.3
-  [...lots of dots, one per test...]
-  ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-  Ran 4500 tests in 501.389s
-
-  OK
-
-The line before the final "OK" tells how many individual tests were run, and
-how long it took to run them.  These numbers will vary based on release,
-operating system, and host platform.
-
-At this point, you can install the software using the command:
-
-  C:\Zope-3.2.0> \Python24\python install.py -q install
-
-You now have a complete Zope 3 installation.  Note that this method of
-installing Zope does not allow for easy uninstallation later: you will need to
-delete Zope files manually from your Python's ``Lib\site-packages\`` and
-``Scripts\`` directories, and remove the directory zopeskel\ from your Python
-installation entirely.  If you use the Windows installer instead, it creates
-an uninstallation program, and an entry to run it in Control Panel's
-Add/Remove Programs applet.
-
-
-Creating a Zope instance home
------------------------------
-
-The Zope installation includes a script called ``mkzopeinstance``; this is
-used to create a new "instance home."  On Unix, this will be in
-``$prefix/bin/``, and on Windows this will be in ``Scripts\`` in the Python
-installation.
-
-Run this script to create the instance home::
-
-  $ .../bin/mkzopeinstance -u username:password -d directory
-
-or::
-
-  C:\Python24\Scripts> ..\python mkzopeinstance -u username:password -d 
directory
-
-This will create the directory named on the command line and provide a default
-configuration. The configuration files for the Zope application server are in
-the ``etc/`` sub-directory in the instance home. You should review those files
-to make sure they meet your needs before starting the application server for
-the first time. Of particular interest are the files ``zope.conf`` and
-``principals.zcml``.
-
-
-Starting Zope
--------------
-
-XXX to be written
-
-
-Where to get more information
------------------------------
-
-For more information about Zope 3, consult the Zope 3 project pages on
-the Zope community website:
-
-  http://dev.zope.org/Zope3/
-
-The information there includes links to relevant mailing lists and IRC
-forums.

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