On 9/28/07, Tres Seaver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Total effort involved in maintaining the "gated community" then becomes
> keeping a set of tarballs available at some web-downloadable location,
> and re-running the script after adding / removing them to regenerate
> the index.
How many of these communities are you going to need? Why can't you
simply maintain a list of exact versions with version numbers to pull
from the cheeseshop instead? This is already possible with the
versions feature of buildout. I want something where I can maintain
these lists better for frameworks inside packages, but if you're just
going to make lists of packages in the end, why mirror? Is this
because you're using easy_install and you can't use the versions
feature? Is it because you don't use buildout?
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