Few years ago I made a branch of buildout:
That creates a cache during the installation of the dependencies preventing
buildout to recompute this an exponential number of times.
The relevant changes can be summarized here (please ignore the Jython
I don't know why they were removed):
I didn't advertise my changes because of the following facts:
- it didn't support multiple working_set using different versions of the
which was possible at the time,
- it didn't support multiple versions of Python, which was possible at the
- it didn't seems to integrate well with the direction that was taking
I now use zc.buildout 2 and in its README it actually agree with all those
so I am basically asking, do you think and/or want me propose a patch to
zc.buildout 2 on github, with this global download_cache integrated ?
I realize that a global cache sucks, but given the code base, it is
making it global.
Sylvain Viollon -- Infrae
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