On Nov 15, 2010, at 1:43 PM, Cristopher Ewing wrote:
> On Nov 15, 2010, at 10:27 AM, Clayton Parker wrote:
> That's sort of the way it works right now.  Given the number of significant 
> differences, and given our desire to keep the zopeskel plone4 buildout 
> stylistically aligned with the buildout used in the installers, I'm inclined 
> to disagree with making them all work off of one template.  The logic in the 
> template for plone3_buildout is already pretty twisted, needing to support 
> eggified and non-eggified zope, eggified and non-eggified Plone and several 
> other branch points.  I'm inclined to think that maintaining more--but less 
> complicated--templates is easier.

The conditions between 3.2+ -> 4 aren't that bad. But it is true that handling 
from 3.0 all the way to current can get hairy. Maybe it is best to keep the 
templates separated out, explicit is better than implicit :)

> At any rate, does anyone have the time to help add new or alter existing 
> buildout and theme templates to support plone4 in a more explicit way?

Do you want to move forward with making the installer based and zopeskel based 
buildouts match up? That shouldn't take too long and it is something that I 
could tackle.

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