On 23.06.2011 16:14, Eric d'Halibut wrote:
> On 6/23/11, robert rottermann<rob...@redcor.ch>  wrote:
>
>> as root (or using virtualenv)
>> easy_install-2.6 -U ZopeSkel
>> then as user zope (or what ever)
>> paster create -t plone4_buildout NAMEOFNEWBUILDOUT
> This last command gives me a sternly-worded, and appearing, warning:
>
> **   *** NOTE: You probably don't want to use this template!
the alternative would be to use an Installer.
which I never do and (maybe therefore) see not advantage in using over plain 
buildout.

robert

> **  Since Plone 3.1, the preferred way to get a buildout-based setup
> **  for Plone is to use the standard installer for your operating
> **  system (the Windows installer, the Mac installer, or the Unified
> **  Installer for Linux/Unix/BSD).
>
> How big a deal is this, especially in view of me running said command
> under the /home/ hierarchy where it's not going to -- I hope -- do
> much systemic damage?
>
> And what if someone wants simply to install Zope and the CMF, and not
> yet make the leap to Plone?
>
> It seems the "message" I am getting is 'all roads lead to Plone!'
>
> Thanks,
>
>

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