+1 -- I'm afraid my answer assumed a vanilla Zope/Plone sight.
On Fri, 13 Apr 2007, Paul Winkler wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 13, 2007 at 12:36:13PM -0500, s wrote:
> > I just took over a website that was done in Zope/Plone. The person formerly
> > responsible for it was not helpful to the client or me in the transition
> > process. Basically he emailed a ZEXP file to me, told me it contains
> > everything I need, and washed his hands of the whole project.
> The .zexp cannot contain everything you need. It will contain all the
> data (assuming he didn't miss anything), but that data can only be
> loaded if you have a zope system running with all the correct
> third-party software installed. You should insist on being provided
> - Zope version
> - Name and version number for every subdirectory of
> (including, of course, Plone)
> ... usually each subdirectory will have a file named version.txt
> - Name and version number for every add-on Python package installed to
> the system, if any.
> Without this information, you will be unable to load the .zexp.
> Paul Winkler
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