> Betreff: Re: AW: [Zope3-dev] Why do we restrict our egg testing?
> On 9/27/07, Benji York <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Second, why would you include all of the zope.* eggs if that
> > particular package doesn't depend on them?
> I suspect there are hidden differences in expectations here. ;-)
> Roger, when you assemble an application, are you expecting to
> find all of zope.* in the result?
No I excpect some of them, but others excpect others.
So I'm pretty shure if we count all different setup then
we can excpect all packages in the summary.
> We're not expecting that in the projects I'm involved in. In
> fact, I'd be pretty upset to find a lot of that stuff in
> there, and would like to see less of it than I do.
That's the problem you only solve your problems with
this pattern. but the zope namspace suggest participation.
And you can't ensure quality wiht this point of view.
> Zope 3 is not an application, and I consider that a good thing.
Zope 3 is not a application, but packages in this namespace
can break things outside of your context.
That doesn't matter if this are packages in a 3rd party
namespace, but this should not happen in the zope namespace.
> Fred L. Drake, Jr. <fdrake at gmail.com>
> "Chaos is the score upon which reality is written." --Henry Miller
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