Sidnei da Silva wrote:
On Tue, Apr 04, 2006 at 02:51:37PM +0200, Martijn Faassen wrote:
| where 'make' creates a Zope 3 installation, and downloads all the eggs | listed as requirements for this project from the net, and installs them | so that the Zope 3 instance actually picks them up.

I think you would give a argument to easy_install to install the eggs
in `INSTANCE_HOME/lib/python`.

Right, I can make it work, I just wondered if there was some canonical way. :)

| In particular, are there any ideas of how the -configure.zcml and | -meta.zcml files would end up being generated and installed in | package-includes? Eggs do not provide for this directly, but perhaps | there are some ideas about Zope 3 specific eggs that do?

I think those would be handled by 'entry points'.

Looking them up... As far as I understand them, Zope 3 would need to be able to understand entry points before I could use these in a project that uses Zope 3, right?



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