--On 22. März 2008 11:00:00 +0100 Felix Schwarz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Andreas Jung schrieb:
The best thing is: try it out! Since your application has unittests, it
should be easy to verify the functionality against a new version :-)

The problem is more complicated unfortunately: I want to use z3c.rml
which needs zope.schema, zope.interface and other packages. Fedora
currently ships the old zope.interface (3.0) which seems to be too old
for zope.schema 3.4.

I built RPM packages for myself but thought about submitting these to
Fedora. Therefore I have an undefined set of applications possible using
zope.interface 3.0 (and relying on this version). Even if my custom
application has a very good unit test coverage, this does not help the
Fedora Project.

On the other hand if there was a commitment to a stable (downwards
compatible) API in 3.x, I think it would be much easier to get my RPMs
into Fedora.

Use buildout or virtualenv and don't care about your package restrictions.


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