Christian Theune wrote:


That's more like it. But as you mentioned, a compiled Zope is dependent
on some binary compiled modules that want a compatible Python, so
bringing it's own might be reasonable.

I think bringing in its own is reasonable if none suitable can be found.

But, I think in that case, why not put it in the "standard" python location for windows? (and why not install it in the standard way so that installing other python binary things for windows (such as mysql and postgres) can find the python being used for Zope?

cheers,

Chris

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