On Friday 17 August 2007 17:32, Gary Poster wrote:
> However, it's worth noting to clarify this discussion that buildout
> is being successfully used to install a wide variety of software on
> *nix systems (I know of Red Hat, Ubuntu, and OS X). This includes
> software that does not have eggs (such as M2Crypto) and software
> that does not have much to do directly with Python (such as libxml2
> and swig).
Windows is pretty different in this respect. You really want to use an
installer, which means you get a wizard. People in Windows expect this
behavior and want it. It is quiet ignorant to ask them to use eggs instead.
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