[Grok-dev] Re: the checking-your-project-back-out story
wichert at wiggy.net
Mon Apr 28 08:54:18 EDT 2008
Previously Brandon Craig Rhodes wrote:
> Martijn Faassen <faassen at startifact.com> writes:
> > Brandon Craig Rhodes wrote:
> >> I really like just including "bootstrap.py" because then the
> >> instructions are very simple for how to "get your project working
> >> again" when you've checked it out.
> > +1
> Another option is possible beyond the ones I listed, by the way: we
> could give the "grokproject" command the ability to operate upon an
> existing Grok project, instead of only being able to create new ones.
> That way they could:
> $ svn co .../myproject
> $ grokproject myproject
> Rebuild/repair existing Grok project 'myproject'? [yn] y
> $ cd myproject
> $ bin/zopectl fg
> and be up and running. This way we would not have to include the
> extra clutter of a "bootstrap.py" file whose purpose beginning users
> might be confused about. We could also hide from them the fact that
> two buildout-like steps (bootstrap then buildout) are involved.
paste can already do that. I think grokproject should be rewritten to be
just a paste template, similar to, for example, the plone hosting
Wichert Akkerman <wichert at wiggy.net> It is simple to make things.
http://www.wiggy.net/ It is hard to make things simple.
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