Sidnei da Silva wrote:
Not sure this is the right list, but let's give it a try.
I would like to use the 'patches' functionality from zc.recipe.cmmi
together with other recipes. I believe this is useful functionality
and is interesting to all sorts of recipes, not only to cmmi-based
So the question is, does the zc.buildout architecture support reusing
options from a recipe on other recipes? Or would it require the recipe
writer to explicitly 'subclass' (?) cmmi to get patch functionality?
Or even, would a 'post-fetch'/'pre-build' generalization be desired,
'patch' being one such application?
I've seen subclassing, or explicit instantiation, e.g. instantiate the
dependent recipe class as an instance variable and just call its
methods. I don't think you really need any magic from buildout here.
Recipes are pretty simple Python classes. Just make sure you pass the
options etc from __init__.py and you should be fine.
I think plone.recipe.plone uses plone.recipe.distro and plone.recipe.egg
in various ways. You may want to look at that.
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