Tres Seaver wrote:
Point me at an existing source release, and I'll be happy to generate
corresponding windows eggs.
Great. So we have zope.interface and zope.proxy and there'll be no need
for zope.thread. Which leaves us with:
I made windows eggs for the latest version of zope.interface that's in
Are you asking that Windows folks run using these alphas as binaries? I
don't quite see the benefit.
So I guess you don't see the benefit of releasing Windows binaries for
alpha and beta releases.
I realize that those aren't final releases, but they (most probably)
haven't changed significantly after these releases were made, which
would make it a waste of time if I had to tag and tarball them just for
the sake of a different version ID.
Doing proper release management can't reeally be called a waste of time
(that would include documenting exactly what *has* changed).
Right. *Proper* release management. I believe we have a volunteer
release manager for that and for Zope 3.4 it's not me.
Again, what kind of Windows user are you expecteing (wanting) to test these
People who want to try out Zope 3.4 on Windows, in particular those who
want to try out Grok, the buildout instance recipes and Zope-on-Paste on
We've done some Zope 3.4 alpha and beta released, why shouldn't we make
Windows eggs for those so that people can actually *try* them before a
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