Marius Gedminas wrote:
> What do y'all Zope-2-maintainer-people think about this patch?
> Index: doc/INSTALL.rst
> --- doc/INSTALL.rst (revision 107265)
> +++ doc/INSTALL.rst (working copy)
> @@ -136,11 +136,16 @@ command-line options, run the script wit
> Creating a buildout-based Zope Instance
> -If you wish to use buildout to manage your Zope instance, then the
> +If you wish to use buildout to manage your Zope instance, there are recipes
> +like `plone.recipe.zope2instance`__ that automate everything.
> + __ http://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.recipe.zope2instance
> +If you're a power user and want to drop to the basics, then the
> instance is created as follows:
> * Create a directory for your instance. In this directory, create a
> - ``etc``, ``logs`` and ``var`` subdirectories.
> + ``etc``, ``log`` and ``var`` subdirectories.
> * Download the following file into your instance directory:
> @@ -186,6 +191,8 @@ used.
> instancehome $INSTANCE
> + <rest of the stuff that goes into a zope.conf, e.g. databases and log
> .. highlight:: bash
+ 0.5 from me.
> Exist, for one. I don't have a bin/mkzopeinstance when I follow the
> instructions here:
...that's because that gives you an instance, and if you have an
instance you don't need mkzopeinstance ;-)
mkzopeinstance is covered further up on that page, where a user who
didn't know what buildout is would find it first :-P
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