Gary Poster wrote:
> I'm concerned about the state of the zc.buildout template recipes. I
> want one. I want some one-off files, specific to a certain project,
> for which writing a standalone recipe feels very heavy.
> Here are the template recipes I found:
> collective.recipe.template (Wichert Akkerman)
FTR, this seems to be the de-facto choice in the Plone world, and it's
quite well production-tested.
I didn't even know about the others. :)
> z3c.recipe.template (Uli Fouquet)
It's a bit disappointing that Uli created a new package rather than add
the relatively minor feature missing from collective.recipe.template
according to the PyPI page, although I agree the lack of tests is
off-putting and should be fixed.
Still, since the package was based on the other one, I don't see why we
couldn't have added tests to collective.recipe.template rather than fork
> Since I don't find the prospect of creating yet another template
> recipe attractive, and Philipp's z3c.recipe.filetemplate looks like it
> can take my new features while maintaining backwards compatibility,
> I'll try that next, I suppose.
What features do you want to add?
Why can't they (plus the tests) go into the original
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