My bad. This seems to do the trick.

<includeOverrides package="ns.myapp" file="overrides.zcml" />

I incorrectly assumed includeOverrides would pick up the overrides file.

Regards,
David


David Pratt wrote:
Hi. Tried putting overrides.zcml in my app package. To site.zcml in my buildout I added and includeOverrides to link to the overrides.zcml in the app package with something like this.

<includeOverrides package="ns.myapp" />

I have the same packages working a regular zope with a global overrides in /etc. In the buildout, adding the overrides to site.zcml this way does not produce same result. Any thing else I should try?

Many thanks

Regards,
David




David Pratt wrote:
I am wondering what to do about including overrides that would have normally gone into my /etc to be used in a globally. I am using the zope3recipes. It defines an app part with an explcit site.zcml.

site.zcml is used verbatim in the buildout but is also need it a layer to run functional tests. So the placement of the global overrides.zcml is the question. I am guessing that the only way to really deal with it would be to put it in one of the app packages and do

<includeOverrides package=pkg.withoverrides />

and put it in the site.zcml but that does not seem right. I also normally also put a paste.ini in /etc in a regular zope as well. So what to do with these things so they have the same net effect as a plain zope.

Many thanks.

Regards,
David
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