Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
This is a surprise to me, having worked on zc.zope3recipes recently. All
tests pass here (though I'm on MacOSX, haven't tested Linux yet):
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/dev/zc.zope3recipes$ bin/test -v
Running tests at level 1
Running unit tests:
Ran 52 tests with 0 failures and 0 errors in 1 minutes 8.928 seconds.
Can you please elaborate on how the tests break for you?
I can confirm that these seem to run on my Linux box as well. I'm
checking out Roger's windows work - thanks Roger, came at the right
time for me. :)
I totaly dislike it that we do not have
a trunk centric development because this will make sure that we can
run tests over at least a minimal set of core components. I'm sure
sometimes later will switch back to a trunk development.
This discussion doesn't really belong in a checkin comment :).
I really believe that development and distribution are two different
things we mix together right now in our development process.
The "balkanization" of Zope 3 reflects the way we like to look at it
nowadays: a set of libraries. Development and distribution aren't
completely unrelated: they meet when you make a release. Being able to
have individual release cycles for packages will give us lots of
freedom. In fact it already has.
I also support the splitting up of Zope into separate projects and have
experienced some of the benefits. That said, we'll be having a bumpy
ride for a while yet as we continue to work out procedures to handle
this new way of development.
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