On Thursday 21 April 2005 23:16, Shane Hathaway wrote:
> Tres Seaver wrote:
> > It sounds like you are using Zope3 as libraries, which is the
> > traditional "sweet spot" for distutis; zpkgutils is really aimed at the
> > kind of usage where distutils sucks^H^H^H^H^Hfails to meet expectations,
> > which is to allow installation of a Python-base *application*, including
> > related "add-on" packages.
> Ok, that makes sense. Still, if the application is large enough, I'd
> prefer to bundle Python with it, making distutils useful even for
Now you go down a slippery road. If we distribute Python with Zope 3, then
whenever a minor Python version is released, we have to release Zope 3 again.
This is especially true for security fixes. Honestly, we do not have the
man-power to do that. If Python is separate, I just go to my package update
tool, update Python and I am all set.
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