Malthe Borch wrote:
On 07/04/2008, Chris Withers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I'd certainly be up for championing making RestrictedPython available as a
seperate project. Has anyone done any work towards this or should I go ahead
and get a project / bug tracker / etc set up at Launchpad?
RestrictedPython depends only on zope.testing.
...and I'll bet that's only to run the tests, so should be removed as a
Also, do we have any clarity on whether or not RestrictedPython works in
Python 2.5? I thought that was the one big nasty that didn't get done in
last years GSoC project...
valga:~/co/RestrictedPython mborch$ python2.5 bootstrap.py
Creating directory '/Users/mborch/co/RestrictedPython/bin'.
Creating directory '/Users/mborch/co/RestrictedPython/parts'.
Creating directory '/Users/mborch/co/RestrictedPython/develop-eggs'.
Generated script '/Users/mborch/co/RestrictedPython/bin/buildout'.
valga:~/co/RestrictedPython mborch$ bin/buildout
Unused options for buildout: 'download-directory'.
Generated interpreter '/Users/mborch/co/RestrictedPython/bin/python'.
Generated script '/Users/mborch/co/RestrictedPython/bin/test'.
valga:~/co/RestrictedPython mborch$ bin/test
Running unit tests:
Ran 42 tests with 0 failures and 0 errors in 0.412 seconds.
Really? Cool, I could have sworn that never got done. Thanks, you just
made my day :-)
Now, does anyone want me to set up a Launchpad project for this?
How do I go about building a Python 2.5 egg and/or a Python 2.5 windows
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