Christophe Combelles wrote:
Christophe Combelles a écrit :
I have a very simple buildout that tries to use the KGS:
index = http://download.zope.org/zope3.4/
newest = false
And my setup.py has (among others)
a buildout -vv tells me that :
Adding find link 'http://download.zope.org/distribution' from
We have no distributions for ZODB3 that satisfies 'ZODB3'.
So I get a development version of ZODB instead of 3.8
Is there a problem with z3c.formui?
Is there a way to tell buildout to *NEVER* use anything else than the
so that it fails with an error instead of deciding what I should use?
Ok for this one, I just have to copy-paste all the versions from
http://download.zope.org/zope3.4/versions.cfg into the buildout.cfg.
That's quite unnecessary. Just do:
extends = http://download.zope.org/zope3.4/versions.cfg
versions = versions
That way you don't even need the 'index' option.
But why did the index change in the middle of the buildout?
If I don't hardcode all the versions, it begins with an index
('zope3.4') and changes to another index ('distribution') in the middle,
so that all subsequent packages are downloaded from that second index.
If you read buildout's message carefully, you'll see that
http://../distribution wasn't added as an index. There can only ever be
*one* index anyway. It was added as a find-links location by z3c.formui:
Adding find link 'http://download.zope.org/distribution' from z3c.formui
As this case points out very well, the locked down index isn't necessary
a guarantee for ending up with a well-defined set of packages. Nailing
version numbers in buildout.cfg (see above) yields much more predictable
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