> In my case, I use archgenxml very often which now requires a Zope 3.3 > installation or a Zope 2.10 one, so I have this set in my bashrc. > Also, when trying to access Zope 3 libraries from python console, > since I am still in Zope 3.3, there are no eggs available for that > installation so I need to set my PYTHONPATH to test things. > IOW, specific things. So I believe it is common to have this unset. There is 'workingenv' tool that allows you to have distinct environments.
Maybe I'm missing something obvious... but how should I install z3c.form if I want to use this with my existing zope instance. I mean I have zope 3.3.1, downloaded from zope.org in tar.gz file and installed in my system. If I execute easy_install z3c.form then i get a lot of eggs that I don't want because I already have my zope and new eggs seems to be from zope 3.4 alpha version, eg.: (...) zope.app.i18n-3.4.0a1-py2.4.egg zope.app.http-3.4.0a1 (...) Should I manually download just necessary eggs? What is preffered way to do it? -- Maciej Wisniowski _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users