Does anyone know how to build a standalone ZPT package from Zope 3 using zpkgtools?
To make matters more fun, it's on Windows ;-)
Well, I have to admit, I'm seriously impressed. Having understood that zpkgtools only works on unix, I did the following:
svn co svn://svn.zope.org/repos/main/zpkgtools/trunk
bin/zpkg --resource-map=svn://svn.zope.org/repos/main/ReleaseSupport/trunk/PackageMaps/zope3.map -ca ZPT
(my only niggle here was that I thought this had hung, it'd be nice to have a verbose option for people like me so it says what it's doing)
Anyway, out popped ZPT-0.0.0.tgz, which I copied to my windows box and unpacked. Then it was a case of:
cd ZPT-0.0.0 c:\python23\python install.py bdist_wininst
And in dist appeared: Zope3-TAL-0.0.0.win32-py2.3.exe
...which ran just fine and installed what looks like everything I need for using zope3's ZPT outside of Zope.
So, now to see if I can get Z3's ZPT working outside of Zope.
Anyway, like I said, so far I'm seriously impressed. Great work whoever helped out in making this process so quick and easy :-)
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