On 9/27/07, Tres Seaver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I already replied to this, but let me point out why I think such a gated
> > community would not be *sufficient* for my purposes.
> > I want to be able to release package X, and have a way for other people
> > to install it and it not break, ever. This can be done with hard version
> > numbers in install_requires today, but people object to this reasonably
> > as it would reduce flexibility of component reuse. If we want to have a
> > way to reproduce installations *exactly* and we want to still allow
> > flexibility, a gated community while hopefully increasing the quality of
> > individual releases still won't guarantee that package X won't break
> > when someone else tries to install it.
> If package 'X' points its 'index_url' to the GC, then anybody trying to
> install 'X' will look up / pull dependences from the GC: that setting
> takes the Cheeseshop completely out of play.
Does this mean that every Zope 3 application or framework will need to
manage their own gated community? That seems totally unacceptable.
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