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 is given to the DemoStorage, these
objects would have to be created every time. Also, 'Data.fs.in' is only
75kb and setting up a test ZODB from it is very fast. Using a large(r)
Data.fs file as base for DemoStorage slows things down _considerably_.
I am wondering how "getting rid of Data.fs.in" is supposed to look like,
and for now am all for advising the packagers not to break the Testing
--On Mittwoch, 11. September 2002 09:05 +0100 Chris Withers
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> Craeg K Strong wrote:
>> I was just curious as to what the status is on this.
>> I just had to apply the patch to yet another Win2000 computer.
> Well, whoever packages the Win32 binaries needs to re-package them
> properly. OR we need to be told that Data.fs.in should no longer be used.
> In which case, we need to change the testing package.
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