Hi Gary thanks for the help
That's a shame. Could it be that, if you specify a version of zope.testing > in your setup.py that is equivalent to the version of zope.testing in your > Plone app, the overwriting happens but without ill effects? I bet that > would work. > I will have to this with all the packages that zc.async requires, right? zope.component zope.interface zope.testing ... and so on what I don't know is where I can find what versions for each egg should I use. Latest plone use Zope.2.10.6. is there any place where I can see the versions? I found this: http://svn.zope.org/Zope2.buildout/trunk/versions-zope3.cfg?rev=90415&view=markup but I'm not sure if it's correct http://www.zope.org/Products/Zope/2.10.6/Zope-2.10.6-released - Zope 3.3, Five 1.5 integration - replaced several Zope 2 modules with their sister implementation of Zope 3 I guess that I have to specify all the versions that Zope3.3 uses > Not at the moment. I have been following the ZC opinion--brought about by > pain, not theory, BTW--that test dependencies should be included as primary > dependencies. > > However, your story seems like a reason to divide up the requirements, > especially if my first suggestion doesn't work for you. Maybe I'll do that > for the next release (1.5.0) which I hope/intend to make in the next 7 days. > don't worry, others packages requires zope.testing as well * ZODB * zc.twist cheers -- Santiago Videla www.revolucionesweb.com.ar http://www.linkedin.com/in/svidela Sigue la mata dando de que hablar siempre abajo y a la izquierda donde el pensamiento que se hace corazón resplandece con la palabra sencilla y humilde que [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] somos.
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