Previously TIm Terlegård wrote:
> On Nov 26, 2007, at 2:28 PM, Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
> >Christophe Combelles wrote:
> >>An full-egg zope 3.4 buildout installed with zopeproject tells me
> >>the zope
> >>version is 3.3.1 (in /++etc++process/):
> >>- I have a fully eggified zope 3.4 installed with zopeproject.
> >>- I also have a zope 3.3.1 installed on the system python.
> >>When I start the 3.4 full-egg instance, I've discovered that
> >>zope.app.applicationcontrol.zopeversion tries to reach zope/app/
> >>to determine the major zope version.
> >>Since version.txt does not seem to be included in any egg, it
> >>fallbacks to the system zope installed.
> >"system zope"? It seems like you have a globally available Zope
> >installation. This will obviously confuse any *local* sandbox, such
> >as the one created with zopeproject. Make sure you don't have any
> >Zope libraries on your standard PYTHONPATH.
> Wouldn't it make sense if zopeproject didn't include system python
> in PYTHONPATH at all?
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