I noticed that Zope 2.x usually comes with bin/zopectl and bin/runzope scripts but no zeo equivalent scritps. Is there a reason for that ?
What do you mean "usually comes with"?
When you install Zope from a source tarball, you can run bin/mkzopeinstance.py to create the Zope scripts,
and bin/mkzeoinstance.py to create the ZEO scripts.
Paul, I do apologize. I was accoustomed to "make instance" and totally missed bin/mkzeoinstance.py. That solves the matter.
Maybe what you are really complaining about is that the ./configure; make; make install process doesn't automatically make a ZEO instance?
That is what I *should* be complaining about <wink>!
Or maybe that when you make install, the last message is: Zope binaries installed successfully. Now run '/home/pw/tmp/NewZope/bin/mkzopeinstance.py' ... but nothing is said about ZEO?
Perhaps such a reference would prevented me from making this blunder. =) Obviously I think this is a good idea
That was filed in ZC under: http://collector.zope.org/Zope/1388
That's about the lack of a ZEO batch file for the windows shell, aka DOS. Different problem.
Indeed! And if I have read that post carefully I could have avoided two blunders, since it mentioned mkzeoinstance.py. lol
best regrads, Senra
-- Rodrigo Senra MSc Computer Engineer [EMAIL PROTECTED] GPr Sistemas Ltda http://www.gpr.com.br
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