[Grok-dev] Re: when "trunk" becomes a distribution point: disaster?
Reinout van Rees
reinout at vanrees.org
Thu May 15 05:44:54 EDT 2008
Martijn Faassen schreef:
> I *think* Brandon was talking about relying on bootstrap.py from the
> buildout trunk directly. I agree we should either rely on the tag, or
> simply copy a version of bootstrap.py into our own directory. The latter
> has the benefit of simplicity. No more mistakes 'cd'-ing into the
> directory (which is needed for an external) and running bootstrap from
> there, creating a buildout in the wrong place.
Several people explicitly did wanted the trunk version in grokproject as
it needed to be up-to-date all the time. I personally don't mind to just
copy the file.
There's an older revision of grokproject where there's a simple copy of
the file both in the skeleton and in grokproject itself. Should be real
quick to change back.
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