Previously Daniel Nouri wrote:
> Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> >Previously Daniel Nouri wrote:
> >>Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> >>>I wanted to share a bit of experience I just had with use of eggs in
> >>>For a project I am working on I want to use the zope.sendmail package in
> >>>a Zope2 environment managed using buildout. I added zope.sendmail to the
> >>>eggs list in the buildout configuration and ran buildout. This pulled in
> >>>a large part of the Zope3 packages. This produced conflicts between those
> >>>packages and the ones included in Zope2 which resulted in a pretty boken
> >>easy_install has a --no-deps option. Maybe that's supported in buildout?
> >That's a bit of a workaround though.
> It's a hack, yes.
> >Ideally Zope2 should be an egg which somehow tells buildout/setuptools
> >that it also provides the various zope.* packages it includes at the
> >moment. Similar to the providers-mechanism which packaging systems like
> >dpkg and rpm implement perhaps. Provides and (semi-) virtual packages
> >are going to be essential to deal with swappable components as well.
> I didn't realize you were working *with* the Zope 2 egg that Philipp
> created. I don't have any experience with that, still what you're
> proposing makes much sense to me.
I'm not, but with eggs that should be possible. Ideally.
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