Martin Aspeli wrote:
> Ian Bicking wrote:
>> If you use the easy_install script in the workingenv bin/, then you
>> don't have to activate the environment.  Very similar to buildout,
>> workingenv scripts contain their path/environment.
> 
> Right, thanks for pointing that out.

I should also mention that, with ploneenv[1], you can run bin/runzope or
bin/zopectl without having to activate the workingenv first.

Daniel


[1] http://danielnouri.org/blog/devel/zope/ploneenv-intro.html

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