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Stefan H. Holek wrote:
> On 19. Sep 2007, at 00:46, Jodok Batlogg wrote:
>> i'm wondering why i couldn't fine zope.app.wsgi =
>> 3.4.0b1dev_r75415 after 3.4.0 was released a few days ago.
>> probably someone in [philikon, ctheune, J1m, baijum] removed the egg?
>> we nailed the version to 3.4.0b1dev_r75415 (and i have still this
>> egg in my cache), but it disappeared from the rest of the world.
>> this should never happen for released eggs, they should be
>> considered read-only imho.
> Eggs must not disappear, ever. Now that we have decided on eggs we
> have to live with the implications. This is one of them.
Another implication: eggs which have '-r[0-9]+' in them should *never*
be released to any location where they might be found by anyone not
explicitly requesting them. Specifically, this means the cheeseshop as
well as any public 'find-links' or 'index-url' location.
Nobody should ever "nail" a dependency to such an egg without taking
responsibility for hosting it themselves. Frankly, anybody who *wants*
such an egg should instead be using a checkput + 'setup.py develop',
instead; anything else is an invitation to disaster.
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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