I've managed to install it, largely thanks to the hint from Andreas Jung.
> I haven't got a C compiler installed - I assumed the purpose of the Zope
> Windows egg was that
> I wouldn't need to compile?
I found all the required packages on PyPI - but in two cases, the latest
version didn't have a Windows egg.
I changed requires.txt for the two packages to require a specific version,
which have a Windows egg.
This installed zope.security == 3.6.0 and zope.hookable == 3.4.0 without
- Will the final Zope 2.12 egg have specific versions for its dependencies
(otherwise, how do you
get consistent installations)?
- Is there an option in SetupTools that ignores versions of packages which
would need to compile? This
could be very useful for Windows users, who are afraid to compile.
Otherwise, most things seem to run smoothly with Zope 2.12.0.b3 / Py 2.6 under
from a few changed imports in (legacy) Products such as GroupUserFolder.
Thanks again, and best regards,
Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org
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