I am using FC4 and Python 2.4.1 comes built in.
This is just a play/development machine, nothing needs to be airtight.
Can anyone provide a summary of what is likely to go wrong using
Zope 3.2b1 with Python 2.4.1 rather than the recommended/supported 2.4.2?
I checked the release notes for python 2.4.2, but there was nothing obviously important.

Hints, please, anyone?


Derrick Hudson wrote:

On Wed, Dec 07, 2005 at 09:26:58AM +0530, baiju m wrote:
| On 12/6/05, Jim Fulton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
| > The Zope 3 development team is proud to announce Zope 3.2.0 beta 1.
| | Can anyone recommend the best method to install Zope 3.2 in Debian 3.1 (Sarge) | | Python version:
|  1. Install Python 2.4.1 (available in Sarge)
|  2. Install Python 2.4.2 from testing
|  3. Install Python 2.4.2 from Python source

I would recommend option 1.  If you were already using 'testing' I'd
recommend option 2.

| Any Zope 3.2 deb packages available?

Not yet.  It's only the day after the first beta was announced! :-)
If you're interested in zope on debian:

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